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Timer has shut off to this valve but water keeps going through valve

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Hi Check
There is no dirt in the valve
Normally Shut
Dirt will lift the diaphram

Posted on Aug 08, 2014

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Whirlpool LSR8433KQ keeps filling with water and overflows. What can I do?


Pressure switch W10339229 or inlet valve may be stuck. If the water shuts off when you push in the timer knob to stop the machine, then water valve is ok. Try a different water level setting.

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if you have to shut off the water supply valve of the residence (water keeps flowing after turning off the washing machine or unplugging the washer), the failed component is definitely a stuck open water inlet valve (fill valve) of the appliance. If the water stopped by pushing the timer or unplugging the machine, another internal electrical control related problem exists, such as a faulty timer assembly or controller board, or a pressure system failure (water level detection/monitoring system) - failed pressure switch (rare), clogged air hose or tub air dome (common in GE top-load washers), disconnected air hose (common in frigidaire top load washers & GE/Frigidaire/Kenmore stacked washer/dryer combo units).

While a simple repair can be done by yourself for a failed inlet valve, usually for $25-$50 in parts/shipping (go to searspartsdirect.com or appliancepartspros.com to look up a replacement fill-valve using your washing machine model number), the water damage potentially caused by the flooding is more important to address.

I recommend contacting your insurance company if there's a bunch of water that flooded your home - the water can cause delayed warping of flooring or cause mold to grow in/beneath your carpets and walls if the water was not immediately noticed and cleaned up (within first few minutes of flooding) - they send out water remediation specialists to dry (if possible), or to repair the damage to your home.

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Daughters washing machine keeps filling with water, will not stop.


Water will not shut off
1.defective timer( timer fills washer)--replace
2. Defective water level control---replace
3. Foreign particles in mix & fill valve---clean out valve
4.defective valve----replace

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When the full washing cycle has finished and all the lights are off, water starts running into the tub. Would keep filling forever if I didn't turn hot and cold off at the connection. I then push...


Water will not shut off
1. Defective timer ( timer fill the machine)---replace
2. Defective water level control---replace
3.foreign particles in mix & fill valve---clean out valve
4. Defective valve---replace

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70 series kenmore water overflows water


Try shutting off the timer if that won't shut it off then you have to shut it off at the supply valves on the wall and the water fill valve will need to be replaced. If the timer will shut it off then further trouble shooting will be required. I hope this helps.

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Water valve has to be shut off at faucet to


This may be caused by a pressure switch malfunction or a water inlet valve that is leaking by. The following link explains how you can determine which one may be causing your problem:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r3753262-front_load_washer_fills_when_not_in_use

Is this a simple problem of the washer continuing to fill with water when its not in use? Does the washer overflow? Does the water shut off after the cycle ends? These are some good questions that can help lead you in the right direction.

Check the small air hose that runs from the bottom right hand side of the wash tub to the pressure swtich. If this hose has come loose from the pressure switch from the air dome on the wash tub, the pressure switch will not sense the pressure differential coming from the wash tub as the unit fills. Also, if the air hose is cracked, ripped, split, or clogged somewhere, you will get the same symptoms.

If the water inlet valve is determined to be the source of your problem, follow the steps provided in the link on how to replace one. These are simple and inexpensive repairs. I've also included web sources that you can refer to for part numbers.

If you need further assistance, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps lead you in the right direction.

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Water in timer keeps running out the hole


the water valve has some deposits in it or the shut off valve is bad.

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Water on the ice maker doesn't shut off - drips into the ice pan


Most models of Ice makers have an automatic timer for the amount of water that is allowed to enter the Ice Maker tray. If your timer valve is going bad you need to replace it. First I would reduce the amount of water coming from its source. There should be a tapped valve under your sink, connected to your water line. You have to turn the top of the valve clock wise to reduce the amount of water the is going to the back of your refrigerator. That is where you will find the timer valve. Reducing your water flow should help reduce the volume of water being let into your Ice Maker.

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Water keep runing


There are several possibilities. Most likely is a bad valve. Unplug the machine. Is the water still running? Valve is bad. Replace it.

If the water shuts off, the timer is malfunctioning.

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Keeps filling up even when full for over 4 hours (never changed cycles)


The timer sends a signal to the water level control valve. This valve serves two primary purposes. 1. Activate the water valve to fill the machine. 2. Shut the water flow down and allow the machine to operate. Try running the machine again. If the water continues to enter the machine after it begins aggitating then shut the water off at the spigot. Now watch and see if the timer moves or not.

If the timer does not move at all then I would replace the timer. If it DOES move then another problem exists and will need to be addressed.

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