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Washer We have a Admiral 22 and when it gets to the rinse cycle the water starts to fill but dose not turn off. and the machine stops cycling. It just fills with water . I assume there is overflow protection for the water is going somewhere. Can you help me please. Is there a cut off switch or something bad in the unit?

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