Question about Kenmore Washing Machines
It sounds like you have a bad selector switch. This is the switch you set for the size load you are washing. You will want to check the tube that runs from it to the side of the tub. Make sure it does not have a hole in it. If not, you will need to replace the switch.
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On this model of washer you have 4 separate components that could cause overflowing. The water valve, pressure switch, pressure switch hose & the air dome. If you have to turn the water off to prevent overflowing, I would recommend replacing the water valve. If you can turn the timer off & the water stops overflowing, I would recommend checking the pressure switch, hose & air dome.
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