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Fill switch cutoff

No matter what size load is indicated, the machine continues to fill up with water until it overflows

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Remove the 2 screws on rear of console pull console slightly forward and roll it up and back..ck small hose to water level switch to be sure it is on..is water stopping when control knob is pushed in?? if not suspect inlet valve replace it ..if it does suspect water level switch or that hose also hose may have small hole in it somewhere or be pinched

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