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Change the circuit board, timer/progrsmer.
Take it out and clean contacts,
Look for burnt circuit line and solder a fine bead carefully on the circuit board, difficult. Use the pot and pan program.
go in the menu remove rince cycle after it say ventilate put water in container start machine open valve it should ventilate if it doesnt remove water container take turkey blaster put water in it put the blaster in the hole were the water container goes force pressure with the blaster at the same time open valve you vented by now put cointainer back fill with water enjoy thanks for using fixya pierre
The fill switch has a diaphragm that could be damaged and not closing properly. I have personally experienced this problem before. The way water could be getting by the switch (even with no power applied) is simply water pressure in the lines. I don't understand why it would work during the spin and rinse cycles, however. If you say it's not a pressure switch problem (level sensor), then I would invest in a new fill valve. I hope this helps.