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You would have to start the wash cycle all over in order to get enough water for the med load size. Once the washer starts it cycle you have to cancel that cycle to start a new one. Hope this is a help to your question
If you have to shut the water off at the tap and the washer agitates then you need a new fill valve . If it shuts the water off when you push the stop button or unplug the washer then the level switch is bad or the hose from the tub to the level switch is obstructed,
It sounds like your fill selector is bad this is the switch that you select small med or large loads. There is a rubber vacume line that runs from it to your washer drum as water fills it puts pressure thru the line to the switch when it reaches the pressure set (small med lrg load setting) on the switch it kicks the water valve off. The line may have a leak or the switc is bad. You can ck the switch by hooking a line to it and blowing air into it with your mouth you should hear and feel a click. Sometimes it will fix its self when you push and pull air out of the switch. If not replace it. good luck
Sounds like your problem is one of three things. Most common is that you have to "reset" the water level. This is done by turning the water level knob passed the large load size, and then down to small. Any time you want to go to a smaller sized load, you have to do this. Another possibility is that the pressure switch is bad, this is an easy fix (although not as easy as the reset) The switch can be purchased thru a local parts supply house. And the last thing could be a bad water valve. This will leak and continue to fill the washer after it is already full, this however is usually followed with water all over the floor. If it is not the reset, write me back and I'll walk you thru the other repairs. Hope this helps!
check to make sure the control knobs are turned to exactly small -med -or large - if it's in the middle of say med and large loads the water will over flow - this happened to us three times (cause of daughter!)
Just rehook the clear tube back onto the air dome (back right side of drum), drain any water from the drum, the refill, pressure switch will reset itself. Start to fill on small load size first, then move up when washer starts to be sure it reset all the sizes.
if it fills but not wash at all suspect the pressure switch its the switch where you select the water fill small med large behind that switch will be a dome looking piece with a vinyl hose connected to it try spin drain first if all that works replace the dome switch
choose the load size on the timer for what your putting in large small medium etc match the water fill large small med etc select wash rinse temp to you pref add soap bleach fabric softner pull out the knob make sure the lid is closed