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Washing machine overflows

GE top loader fills up and drains fine initially, but overflows when it fills up the second time for the rinse cycle.

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    the rinse and fill cycle will not come on when required

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Very easy solution!!!chat with me online and ill step you through it save up to $65 (my in-home rate in florida is $75!!!!!!!)

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