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My GE WCSR2090D top load washer has flooded our house in the past, and when looked at by a repair man he said nothing seemed wrong... so we continued to use it and it now leaks/floods only once in every couple hundred washes... and occassionally (like right now!) it just seems to get stuck - it "washes" a load for hour on end, it gets to the part where it drains and then just forever aggitates, or spins. The knob continues to go in circles pointing to fill, drain, spin, fill, drain, spin - but it is never actually refilling and also never stops! when we push the knob in and turn it to fill a new load and pull the knob back out, it will not fill with water, it just keeps making the noise like it is aggitating. ?????

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You might have a partially clogged drain past your drain hose
(In the wall etc)
Thats overflowing behind the washer.
Watch the drain for a few washings and see if it overflows
It may be second or third or fifth load. Its hard to catch
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