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1:IFB Washing Machine Not Turning ON OR Turns ON But Does not Starts.
2:IFB Washing Machine Door Does Not Opening. DE Error
3: Water is not coming inside the IFB Washing Machine Inlet problem
4:Water is Leaking from the washing machine, drum or hose pipe damaged
5:Wash is not happening / Spin not Happening in the IFB Washing Machine
6:Drum NOt rotating or Drum Making Huge Sound while spin cycle,
7:Water not Draining From the washing Machine
8:Burning smell, Tripping Problem, etc
it sounds like a door seal problem ,its normal when wter is comming from drum most front loader fill by spraying water on drum,you may also want to check drain hose it could be kinked or pluged up,se what this does and clean filter if you can get to it.
When the machine is off, there are only two ways water could possibly enter. 1 Check the drain hose install, that it is not installed deep in the standpipe, if the hose is shoved too deep, it can sometimes siphon (rare with front loaders) water back into the machine. 2. Most likely cause, a slow leak from the water valve. Sometimes the water solenoid will not close completely, and you will get a very, very slow leak into the machine. If not the drain hose, try shutting off the water supply valves when done using the machine, if that takes care of it, you may want to replace the machine's inlet valve.
There does obviously need to be water in the drum to wash or rinse the clothes, however it may be the water level is now higher than normal , check for any blockages and check any drain pump filter.If all o.k. it may be the door seal is leaking .If under g/tee call maytag for repair
If water is leaking only during the times when it is supposed to be coming in , then the first places to check are at the hose connections and the hoses themselves. If it continues to leak after the water stops coming in , then you have to look at the drain connection and finally at the drum seal.
what you refer to as the overflow cap is the cover to the filter which you should remove regularly and check. however nothing to do with your problem.
the water could be coming from two sources:
first, if the drain is plumbed in under the sink, water can flow into the machine every time you empty the sink. the cure is to put the drain hose up as far as possible in a swan neck.
secondly, the intake water valves could be leaking and the only cure then is to replace them