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 Posted: Sat Dec 31st, 2005 03:21 am
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Something quite similar is happening with My Kenmore 110.4423090 Type 107 Serial CD0702253 Washer.  3 weeks ago the washer went into the spin cycle and just kept filling, no pumping action, by manually moving the control dial to spin it drained. The washing maching then worked without incident until today, my wife phoned me to say that the water pressure seemed to have dropped in the upper floor of the house, I asked her if she was doing laundry...well the basement received a good washing. What might be the washer's illness?

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If the washer will not stop filling and turning the washer off or unplugging it the problem is with the fill level switch or the tube connecting it to the bubble on the side of the tub.  If it keeps filling when turned off or unplugged till you turn the faucets off to the washer, your fill valve is stuck open



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Is this something I could repair myself? Or do I need an experienced pair of hands...and brain?

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This can be done by yourself, but we still need to know exactly what it is doing to point you in the right direction...



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The washer functions normally until it hits the point in the cycle where fresh water fills the tank for a rinse, the tank keeps filling to the point it overflows onto the floor, by manually turning the dial to spin the tank will drain and the spin cycle begins and then everyhting works fine.

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This could go back to the fill level switch not knowing the washer is full of water, however this same fill level switch is in play for all cycles, so would seem odd it would do it only on rinse and not wash...it also could not care of you are using hot, warm or cold, it is a pressure switch....The timer does control the cold water spray rinse when the washer is spinning but this would not be a factor in filling for a rinse cycle...just the spray rinse at the end of a drain cycle....do not know why it would do this at the rinse only...perhaps someone else can help with this one...



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