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My washing machine doesnt stop filling the tub when the right water level is reached, it will just continue filling and never stops filling. Can anyone suggest what is wrong and how to fix this?

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    Water fills for 5 to 30 seconds then stops.

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Not familiar with this model. When a washing machine fills with water up to a predetermined level, it usually operates a pressure switch which will turn off the water valve, and redirect the power to the programmer, or heater, or some other stage of the programme. If there is a blockage of powder or gunge in the tube leading to the pressure switch this would prevent air from rising up the tube to operate the switch. Tom.

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