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Water is over filling the tub, and spilling all over the laudry room floor.

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This sounds like a ge ? if so you need to remove front cover between the top and the front cover you will see a small gap on both sides you will have to put a putty knife in about 2" from the ends and push in
once removed on the left side of tube you will find a small rudder hose pull the hose of clean in side of hose with small screw driver also fill washer with water with hose of untill water leavel is to the center of the box now use a turky baster to force air in to tub by placeing baster over the stem wher the hose was force air in to tub fill washer a lititle more untill water shots out of stem stop washer and drain all the water out cut about 1"off hose reinstall stop useing liqid soap

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Somtimes my washer will put too much water in, then when it starts to agitate the water spills over the top of the tub and onto the floor. it happens (but not always) on the initial fill and when filling...


Remove the front panel. Pull the plastic hose off the air bell on the front left side of the tub.
Use a toothpick to clean the residue out of the hole in the air bell. Replace the plastic tube.
Set the washer on SPIN and turn it on. After the spin cycle finishes start the washer normally.

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To sufficiently inspect your washer to determine where to leak may be coming from, please review the following link:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r3576656-washer_leak__front_loader

If there is a huge gush of water coming from the washer as soon as you begin the fill cycle, this is commonly caused by a small air hose on the side of the washer drum that connects to the pressure switch. If this air hose comes loose,the water will pour from the wash tub as it begins to fill. This is an easy fix, if that is the only problem.

Another cause, can be a water inlet valve that is leaking by, or a pressure switch that does not keep the water supply shut off when not in use. This will cause the tub to fill up and spill over. The following link explains how to check for this as well:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r3753262-front_load_washer_fills_when_not_in_use


Read through the information provided and let me know if you are having problems determining the cause of your problem. Please post back with your MODEL NUMBER so that I may be able to accurately determine how your washer is configured. I hope you find this information helpful.

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I would try removing the cover and make sure the float isn't sticking. On mine the float pushes on a rod that goes through the tub to a micro switch. When you hit it, it probably frees it up for a while. Hope that helps.

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So sorry to hear of your trouble. It sounds like your water-inlet valve is defective:

A defect in the water-inlet valve may mean that it's no longer able to shut off completely when the electricity has been turned off to it. If this occurs, the valve may leak and drip water into the clothes tub. In time, the water may accumulate substantially. If this happens, you need to replace the valve.




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