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Water will not shut off

After starting, the water coming in will not shut off when full

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Usually there is a thin pipe from the bottom of the drum to a pressure switch at the top of the machine. As the machine fills the water goes up the pipe from the drum and increases the air pressure in the pipe to a point where it's enough to switch the switch inside. If the pipe gets blocked with washing powder it will not switch off and the machine will keep filling. The pipe is connected to a sort of flat round box with a few wires on it. If you can take the top or back off the machine you should see it and be able to clean the pipe out yourself.

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