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Whirlpool washer overflowing

In the very beginning when it fills up w/ water, it just keeps going and doesn't stop so it overflows everywhere.

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Water pump on the washer has gone out. Have it fixed by a technicain. Or if you are a do it yourselfer like me.


Go to http://www.repairclinic.com/

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