Question about Washing Machines
It sounds like a common problem on top loading washers. This symptom usually indicates that you have a failed inlet solenoid
water valve assembly. Completely unplug the washer from the electrical
supply and see if the water stops filling. If it does, then you likely
have a control board failure. This is rare but possible. If the water
continues to fill with the washer unplugged from electricity, I
recommend shutting off the hot and cold water supply faucets behind the
washer. It is likely that the water will stop filling the washer. This
would indicate that you have a failed water valve assembly.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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