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My washing machine will not stop filling with water or go into the wash cycle, even when i advance it manually.

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Hi this is either a bad pressure switch or the hose going to the pressure switch is damaged or clogged, the pressure switch is located in the conrol panel behind where all the knobs are, the pressure switch hose is attached to it, it needs to be air tight hose if there is a hole or something clogging the hose it will not stop filling, the hose that attaches to it runs from the swtich down to the side of the tub, both parts are fairly inexpensive.


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