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Machine fills up with water and stops what causes this?

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There is solenoids that switches on the differents modes of the washers capablities. The timer has a cogged wheel that trips switches which in turn runs power to the solenoid.If the solenoid is faulty when the timer gives power to a solenoid and the solenoid will not work the washer stops

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> Home / Repairs DIY washing machine advice (part 8) Washing machine sticks or stops mid-cycle repairs-sm.gif A very common fault on washing machines is when the program timer fails to complete the cycle and stops part way through. Many people blame the program timer for this but although it is a possible cause, there are many more likely causes for this fault. The program will stick if the heater isn't working, if the thermostat fails, if it can't fill up with cold water for the rinses, if it can't empty the water etc. There are too many possible causes of this fault to be able to give anything other than rudimentary advice. However, the common causes of a washing machine sticking that can easily be fixed are filling and emptying problems.
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