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Hi there.i have a feeling that maybe the thin tube that runs from the water level pressure switch has come off the righthand side of the bowl & water is coming out of it.if thats the case the machine would never stop filling even at lowest setting.can you let me know what you find.
raise the main drain hose to the top of the back control head. there may be a problem with the main hose being to low and the water is gravity siphoning out of the washer.make sure the washer is off when you lift the hose up but do not remove it from the wall,you should here water drain out once it has stopped draining restart you machine and it should fill to the proper level and quit then go into your wash cycle
Check the clear plastic hose that runs from the pressure sensor to the bottom of the drum. If it is not secured away from the drum or other parts of the washer it'll rub against the metal and wear a hole in the tube. It only needs a tiny hole and the hose won't hold pressure and tell the sensor that the tub is filled. One way to test is to take the host off completely and blow into it while stoppering the other end. You'll probably hear the leak but if you don't you can drape the hose in water and the bubbles will tell you where the leak is. Either replace the hose or cut the hose at the hole and buy an coupling that you can insert between both ends. Just make sure that it is airtight. If the hose is good...the presure sensor itself may be bad.
there is a little hose that runs from the back of the pump up to a pressure switch that contols water level in drum I had a problem similar to this and found hose had split making the drum overfill, replaced hose cured problem
Replace water pump. Common problem. Unscrew the control panel ,two screws on each end. Flip control panel over and unsnap gold brackets from base to the back. Lift up housing and disconnect lid switch, remove housing. The water pump is in the front lower that has two hoses , disconnect hoses and unsnap pump. My sister fixed hers in about 25 minutes.
This sounds like a siphon condition. Remove the drain hose (the thicker black hose from the back of the machine) out of the wall. Now re-insert it back in only 6" going into the drain. When they go in too far, the drain in your house that prevents odors from coming back out of your drain causes a siphon that pulls the water back out when the washer is filling. Make sure to tie the drain hose down with a tie so it does not pop back out when the washer is draining/ spinning.
Check your water hoses to make sure that the screens are clear of sediments. Take them off and try running water through them at your sink or outside tap. Hold a bucket under the water valves at the wall to make sure they are running freely. There is usually a screen located on the machine where the water hoses attach. Check to see if that is clear also. The fill may be on a timer and if the water flow is compromised, it may be as simple as clearing it of debris. You may also want to try to top up the water in the drum manually to where you think that it should be to see if the washer will continue through the rest of the cycles.
the hose may still be filled from last cycle.
try to put machine in final spin mode where all water from previous wash will be spun out the drain hose. once a siphon is started it can only be stopped by introducing air into the drain hose.