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Admiral top loading washing machine overflow water

Admiral top loading washing machine overflows water from tub. I turn the machine off and water still runs - must turn off at wall. This has happened, and flooded the floor, mulpitle times now. Could this be the water level switch or is it some other problem.

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Most likely the water level sensor - check www.repairclinic.com

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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If you unplug the machine and the water still comes in, you have a bad Water Inlet Valve. If when you turn the machine on at in overfills and you can stop the water by turning off the washer timer then you have one of a couple possible issues.

First, you pressure sensing tube could be clogged
Second, you just plain have a defective pressure sensing switch.

If you have anymore questions, feel free to comment back.

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