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If your drain is not high enough, 39 inches, from the ground, it will siphon out. Also if your drain hose is too far down the drain, this will also happen. Just make sure your drain hose in not laying on the ground.
Possible that the motor is not starting up as the starting capacitor to the motor is weak. check if the motor is warm after switching off power. if so it is confirmed. Otherwise it can be due to a belt issue, bearing failure and jamming of the agitator and shaft. check power to the motor during the wash cycle to confirm , if not the control unit is a suspect.
this is 1 of 2 problems. either the pressure switch is no good or the pressure switch hose has a hole in it causing the air pressure from triggering the switch. locate the pressure switch and pull the hose off the end. start the washer and try to blow into the end where the hose was connected. if the water stops then you will need to replace the pressure switch hose. if the water doesn't stop coming in then you will need to replace the pressure switch
Ours did this and it was because the bearings had busted. I called a local repair guy and he told me over the phone just by listening to the sound. Maybe you could do the same. I do know this, if it is your bearings, buy a new washer. It's not worth the repair...trust me.