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They overlooked a few small details on these when they went into production. Clean any debris out and drill a few 1/4 inch holes around the perimeter of the lower casing. Be very careful not to hit the coils. If you evin nick them you will puncture them and loose the charge. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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Certainly sounds like the float is stuck in the over filled position or possible a bad float switch. Could also be a bad water fill valve - if you can blow air through it when removed then you need to replace it. You can follow this link to troubleshoot your washer, but note that its not exactly for your model - http://www.thermador.com/replacementparts/main/pdfs/SHU-complete-troubleshooting-guide.pdf Good luck!

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