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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ck for stuck open fill valve ..with power unplugged does it keep filling if so valve if overfills only during fill cycle ck waterlvel control and associated hose to side of tub look for kinked or otherwise pluged line also possible pin hole in line
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
If the m/c keeps filling, where is the water going ??? if the m/c doesnt reach the required water level it will not start, check the drain hose at the back, make sure its at least 24" above floor level, if it lower then it will just empty as quick as you fill it on gravity.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Check on the machine there is a schamatic and it has error codes on it. it may be on the in side panel.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
Testimonial: "cool thanks for that just empty the tub then will check for skidmatics"
Since you did not provide a make or model number we are winging it here. Inside the control panel there is a pressure switch that measures the pressure of the water in your machine. This pressure switch has a tube connected to it that would look like a small automotive vacuum line. Either the pressure switch has failed or there is a problem with the line itself as in a hole or a disconnection somewhere. There are only 2 connecting points for that tube one being on the pressure switch itself and the other being on the outside of the base of the wash tub enclosure itself. Most often the pressure switch has failed but occasionally the tube gets chaffed or a pin hole over the life of the unit. One thing to note is if the pressure sensing line has become disconnected at the base of the wash tub your washer will be leaking. If you do not have any visible signs of leakage when the unit is filled with water then the problem mosly likely will be where the line comes through the top panel or connect to the pressure switch. Definately near the top of the washer. Without a make and model it is very difficult to assist you much further.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Testimonial: "My washing machine is a Maytag HAVBB-1 model. Thank you for your help. I will be giving this information to my husband. "
SOURCE: My washing machine is SANYO
Posted on Nov 20, 2010
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