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The water in my washer does not shut off after it fill causing it to overfill the only way to stop the water is turn it off at outlet

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The most likely cause of your problem is a faulty inlet valve. If the off posn on the machine stopped the flow, the inlet is ok. As you have to turn off at tap/faucet, it means the inlet valve is faulty. Replace the faulty inlet valve and all should be well!
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