Question about Frigidaire Affinity ATF7000ES Front Load Washer
Water enters the washer through the water inlet valves to the soap dispenser on the left front of the machine and then enters the washer from there. If you are saying that after the wash cycle is complete and water is still entering the washer, the problem would be a defective water inlet valves. These valves should shut off the water completely if the washer is not calling for water. It requires electricity to open the valves. If you unplug your washer after it completes a wash cycle and water is still entering the washer, then these valves need to be replaced. It is the part where the water hoses connect to the back of the machine. Just remove the hoses from the machine, remove the back panel and you should be able to replace or have it replaced it easily. It should be easy to find at any appliance supply house. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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