Question about Washing Machines
This is usually caused by sediments in your water supply getting into the fill valve, and preventing proper valve closure. My guess is the cold water supply is the culprit, as the sediments on the HOT supply generally settle in your water heater. The best solution is to replace the fill valve, as attempts at repairing the valve are generally futile. Replacement on most top loaders is fairly easy, the most difficult step is usually opening the unit to access the valve! Some are accessible at the rear of the machine.
Be sure that the filter screens are properly installed to prevent premature failure of your new valve assembly!
I hope this will solve your problem.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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