Water keeps filling even though water level has been reached and machine starts agitating. Once into cycle and u turn the water back on it will continue allowing water through correctly through spray rinse cycle. Only overfills on filling. Any suggestions. otherwise maching works perfectly.
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Hi if it's draining out on your floor you have a split hose, very easy to fix just put your washing machine forward(turned off)and lay it on a towel, Look underneath and you should see the split hose..... Good luck....
Hi just read your posting.The only way you can assess the tank is to remove the inner bowl.This is quite difficult.I can help you with removing the inner bowl but I think the easiest way is to fill the machine on a High water level and when it stops filling and starts to agitate pause the machine and advance the cycle to spin and let the pump drain out the sandy water.Give this a try the reply back on how you got on.
Hi just read read your posting.Is your machine the Simpson Ezi set? If it is and the water keeps running does it at any stage while it is filling start to agitate? Or does the machine keep filling and does not start agitating?Please reply with additional information and I can help you rectify this fault. Looking forward to your reply.
Usually it's the fill level sensor tube but in this case I think your cold water solenoid is getting stuck open.
you can diagnose this by switching the wire harness from the hot to the cold and see if you get the same effect for the hot water. If you do, You may need to replace the control board if not, You can just replace the water inlet solenoid.
If the water keeps filling without cutting off, you either have a faulty inlet solenoide or your pressure hose and or pressure switch needs checking.
To isolate the acutal problem, start the machine on a new cycle. Change the water level to minimum or low before you start. Let the machine fill up. Keep checking the water intake as it fill up. Once the water level goes over the half way mark in your tank, if the machine starts its wash action then your pressure hose and switch are o.k. as they have signalled to the timer that the water level selected, has been reached.
However if the machine keeps filling up even though the wash action has started, then you have a faulty inlet solenoide/valve. Turn off water at the tap and get the valve replaced.
Does your machine fill with water even if the machine is off? In this case your inlet valve at top of machine is defective & can be easily replaced (will tell u where to get spares, if your dealer cannot) by yourself.
If water does not stop, after filling machine at a low level(is this a front loader?) and is flowing away - check your exit pipe, it has to have a certain height (approx 3 feet) up before going down to your drain pipe.