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Whirlpool Gold dishwasher water overflowing and will not shut off

Dishwasher is started, normal cycle. Water begins to fill and then overflows. Cancel does not shut of water supply, but it does being to drain. Water must be shut off under sink. HELP!!

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There should be a dome shaped float switch on the inside bottom of the washer. Make sure it is free to move up and down, or is able to float (possibly cracked or broken).

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