Question about Washing Machines
Washer continues to fill up and doesn,t cut off,have manually turn off washer as water starts to pour out of detergeant draw
This is a symptom of a pressure switch malfunction. More than likely, the air hose that attaches to the pressure has come loose and fallen off. If you post back with your brand and model number I can give you advice on how to locate your pressure switch. This is usually a very simple repair, that does not repair any special tools, repairman, or money. That is...as long as the pressure itself isn't bad. You need to do a visual inspection first to make sure.
PS For future reference: Posting your brand and model number makes this problem diagnosis process much quicker as all washers are not the same.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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