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Cold Water runs constantly even if the washer is off

I have a Whirlpool Ultimate Care II washer. A few days ago, the washer began running over in the rinse cycle. It appears that the washer will work if the cold water is turned off at the faucet. If I turn the washer off and/or unplug the washer and turn the cold water faucet on the water runs into the washer. Any ideas on how I can fix this? I'd like to fix this without having to buy a new washer.

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You will need to replace fill valve where hoses connect probably has sand in valve especially if screens have been removed remove screws in rear of console lift and roll console back disconnect wire to lid switch remove clips om right and left rear corners cabinet lifts off disconnect hoses and wires 1 screw usually holds valve in postion

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