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Washer is filling too much and water is coming out overflow

Washer is filling too much and water is coming out the overflow tube on the side of the tub. washer is a GE WBB4500E1WW

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You need to clean the pressure swith hose on the lft side of tub small rubber hose stop use in liqid soap

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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