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yes i would agree the water valve is defective as if unplugged it should close,but also sounds like a pressure sensor or pressure hose problem that is also defective too due to the fact that it should at least start the wash cycle even though the water doesn't stop filling,so also it could be the central control unit,pressure switch or pressure hose
I am assuming that you are having a problem with the cold water overfilling the machine. If only the cold water is overfilling and not the hot, then the fill valve is sticking.
If both hot and cold are contributing to the overflow when the washer is set to 'warm', then it is also possible that the fill valve hose (that goes from the tub to the fill valve switch) may be loose or disconnected (or possibly clogged).
that is a good guess, but you should also check the overflow float inside the machine. if it is stuck down, then it may be overfilling. the gasket is supposed to stop splashing water. it is not an under water seal. if the float moves freely, its gotta be the gasket. good luck
Just after the pace where water pipe connects there's inlet valve [plastic moulded coil, dimmensions about 1"x1"x1"] it sits on the water intake line and there's twi wires connected to it. Just replace it, As it's foulty and doesn't respond do actual open/close commands