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Continuously adds water, won't cycle & agitate, spins only when manually move dial.Please Help!

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If the water is not overflowing onto the floor, then you have a water siphoning problem. raise and loop the drain hose behind the washer so that it is higher than the water level in the machine.

if the water runs over the top of the tub onto the floor and doesn't shut off until you turn the machine off, then you have a pressure switch problem.

if the only way to shut the water off is to turn it off at the faucet then you have a water valve problem.

Posted on May 25, 2010

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