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My water continues to fill even I turn my washing machine off. It was overflowing until I turned the water off by the nobs on the wall. can you please help me?

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Your selecta switch for the size of the load is at a midway point. Re-select the size of the load then restart but watch it for at least one cycle.

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    Your selecta switch for the size of the load is at a midway point. Re-select the size of the load then restart but watch it for at least one cycle.

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It looks like you have a water filler valve problem, with your washer emptied turn the water faucets back on and turn on the washer, if it starts filling turn your timer knob around several times, like you were hunting a cycle you wanted to use. This may make something dislodge from the valve.if blocked If not try the same thing with your water control knob. turning it from hot to cold and then to hot again......I hope these work.....check equally the hose and if that is your problem you may need a new water valve.

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