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GE wbsr1060T washer overflows on 'Super' load size setting

The water does turn off, but the tub is overfilling a little bit, so water is coming out the overflow tub. Since the water is stopping, I have to assume the pressure switch is working, but something needs adjustment.

Clear tube appears to be OK, it is attached at both ends and no obvious cracks or holes. Tube is not clogged or kinked. There are no hose clamps at either end, which I assume is correct.

I'm not sure how much water is supposed to be in the tub (how high) for Super loads. Also I don't know how adjust the pressure switch, how much does a clockwise/counterclockwise turn affect the fill level

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HI, there is a pressure switch for the water level regulation that seems to be malfunctioning in your unit at this time. You will need to replace this switch asap. this will correct this issue.

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