Question about Washing Machines
One of the main common reasons why a washing machine will continue to fill with water when it is turned off is due to a failed water inlet valve and the water inlet value needs to be replaced. This valve controls the flow of water into your washing machine that's required for both the rinse and wash cycles.
Posted on Jan 22, 2021
SOURCE: water flowing out of the machine
i woulds assume that the air line responsible for monitoring water level has disconnected form the side of tub. with a screwdriver you can pry the main top up. approx, 3-4 inches in from either side of the front panel( where teh top meets the front panel, youll find a spring type clip that with some pressure will release0 and allow you to flip the ,main top backwards. afet that yo can look down the left rrear side of drum and see the 1/4 plastic tubing( i would assume dangling there) reconnect to the side of drum adn all should be good.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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