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Older KENMORE 110 model 92582220. During spin cycle the water continues to trickle or flow instead of stopping thereby wetting the clothes that are going into the dryer. What causes this?

It happens on every selector cycle setting used. Water does not stop trickling even when water knobs are turned off.

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Had the same problem with a top load Whirlpool! My problem was with a black box called an "Atc-auto Load Sensing Switch" it has a small black rubber hose going to it. It was plugged up, or had air trapped! I took a small oxygen hose and blew into it, it fixed the problem! do not force air like from air hose or it could damage it. They wanted around 80 dollars for part plus it would have cost for laber to install it, I said no thanks! It is located on top of washer,behind control Panel, Console! If blowing into it doesn't work try sucking air out! Lucky for me, mine was messed up, found out mouse had got in there and started chewing wires, as the saying goes, things happen for a reason! The picture below is from a Whirlpool, Yours might look different! Note, this is for washers that are from the last Regards!

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