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GE Washing Machine That the Water Does Not Cut Off!

I have a GE washing machine that the cold water does not shut off when the water level is met and the tub starts to agitates. The hot water will shut off when it is suppose to. I always need to set a timer in the house so I remember to manually turn off the cold water so it will not overflow! Help! Thank you.

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Your washer valve is sticking, it should probably be replaced

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