Question about Washing Machines
The solution is to fix the water level sensor, which is a little different in every model
Generically it is a tube from the bottom of the tub to a pressure sensor in the control console. Often the tube comes off the sensor.
As a first check, open the console and make sure the sensor tube is attached.
If this isnt the solution add make and model to your question and try again
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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