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If I understand you correctly water is running into your washer but it will not fill up. If this is correct check your drain hose from the washer where it goes into the house drain if the drain from the washer is going to far into the house drain it will SIPHON the water out faster than you can fill it Fix is to only have about 6 to 8 inches stuck dow into house drain and secure well so it can not go down or fall out,,,,Hope this helps

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Good day,
Without a make or model I'm not sure, but that problem is usually due to the drain hose not being higher then the top of the washer, causing a siphoning problem.

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That means it is running out somewhere. The outlet hose is probably too low down.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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