Question about Washing Machines
More likely the water level sensor is faulty or blocked..
As the water level rises, air is pressed through a tube which is connected to the water level control knob. If the control is faulty or the hose is diconnected the machine will fill, and overflow.
Best bet is to call a serviceman and have the waterlevel controller checked.... Not a big job..... Good luck.... Nomess
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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