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inside the washer is a fill valve it has a tube from the bottom of the tub leading to this valve if the tube is blocked with sope the washer over fills clear this tube first also if there are any holes in it it still over fills the washer, the valve works on air presher,,as the washer fills the air presher builds up in the tube and shuts this valve off stoping the flow of water into the washer,,,ok? sorry but me spelling is roten?
Water inlet valve. It may not be able to shut
completely when the electricity to it has been turned off. The valve may leak
and drip water into the clothes tub. Water may accumulate substantially
and overflow. Remove the washer's cabinet to access it.
Water level switch. This switch senses the water level
in the clothes tub. It is usually a diaphragm device with a small clear
tube attached between the switch and the bottom of the washer's outer
tub. As the water level in the tub increases, the air pressure in the
tube increases and activates the switch when the water reaches a
certain level. When the switch is obstructed, it cannot tell the water
to shut off and the machine overflows.Clear it from any obstruction.
Air-hose. It is connected to the water level switch
through a tube. If the tube or hose is cracked or broken, no enough
pressure builds up to trigger the switch and shut the water supply off.
Check it for any obvious damage.
The water level switch is either bad or the tube connected to it is plugged. Tube goes from bottom of tube to switch. Take this off of switch and blow it out. Should solve problem, if not replace water level switch.
A washer that over flows in the fill cycle sounds like a faulty pressure switch. Part # WH12X10069 and 10 on this diagram. If it overfills the tub when the washer is off it's a faulty water valve. Best of luck Ryan
I had same problem today. It was just a tube disconnected from the water level sensor. Raise the top of the washer and look on the left side of the tub. There should be a plastic tube running from the water level sensor to the control panel. Make sure it is connected. If not simple reconnect the tube and you should be good to go.
some how you have caused the pressure switch hose too come off.it is a clear vinyl tube in the upper timer console area.it is very common for it to come off.it is the water level selector switch/knob,behind is where the tube goes
this could be the water level switch or the small flexible plastic tube that goes from the water level switch to the side of the tub. this tube may have worked loose if the washer is vibrating too much.
If the water comes out when filling, check your water valve by unplugging the washer when it is filling. If the water still runs, replace the valve. If the water stops, check the small tube that goes from the water pressure switch (in the consul) to the bottom of the tub. This must be connected without any holes or obstructions. If this is ok, replace the water pressure switch.