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 Posted: Thu Nov 4th, 2010 02:57 am
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Hello-

My washer has overflowed twice in the last 2 months. It's only intermittent but it's a huge PITA when it happens. It's hard to test what the problem might be, it does it once and then it works fine for awhile.

I think it could be 1 of 3 things:

1. water level sensor
2. inlet valve sticking
3. timer

For an intermittent problem like this, would it seem most likely that it's 1 or 2? They are cheap enough to replace, but the timer is about $140.

Would it be best just to replace 1 and 2 and see what happens, or do timers go out once in a while too?

Thanks.

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Intermittents are hard to pindown. But water inlet valves are a common cause for this problem and the least expensive part. I'd start by replacing that. It's a trouble-prone part that's good to have replaced anyway.

Water inlet valve part link==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Water-Inlet-Valve/868761?modelNumber=LSQ9610JQ0



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when does it over-flow ?

is there level of water already in the Washer when you first start a load ?



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It seems to be in the rinse cycle. I'm not usually in the room when it happens, but it seems like when it's filling to rinse it just never shuts off. I can't tell if it had drained properly in the first place though, before it started filling.

I've got the inlet valve on order to try first.

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Could be that the airdome molded into the side of the tub (where the pressure tube connects) has become clogged with some crud - check and clean as required



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