Question about Washing Machines
Something is stuck in the fill valve, or you have timer problems. To test: unplug the machine, unplug the wires to the fill valves, (mark which goes where). Plug the machine back in, if the water starts, the valve is stuck open. If you can't open it to clean it, replace it, they are cheap. If the water stops with the wires off the valve, you have real problems. Timers are expensive, and a pain to change. For a cheap solution, unplug the machine when not in use.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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