Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
Everytime I look in my washer I have water in it. I have tried draining the water out but when I return the water is coming back in.
Based on your description, I'd look closely at the drain hose (the big hose going out of the washer and into the wall between the water valves). If it's stuck too far into the hole there without an air gap, it'll siphon water back into your washer. To correct this, simply lift the drain hose out of the wall drain a few inches. This will allow the water to drain and NOT allow a vacuum to form. (a vacuum will "pull" water out of the drain pipe and back into the washer thereby filling it while not in use)
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