Question about Washing Machines
You could have a faulty water level switch. I don't believe an unbalanced load would do this, a bad timer could do this. You can view entire diagrams of your machine on the partselect website.
I do believe the water level switch inside behind the drum may cause this.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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