Posted 26 October 2005 - 10:28 AM
It will work fine for months then all of a sudden it will flood the place. We clean up the water and then run through a wash cycle to see if we can tell where it's leaking but then it doesn't. So we continue to use it and weeks or months later it will do the same thing. I thought maybe it was the water level switch but I disassembled it and it looks fine. -Sean
Posted 26 October 2005 - 10:46 AM
Your transmission/break system is letting the washer spin in agitate, so when you have it set on a high water level the water is going up over the top of the tub and down the overflow tube. Probably will not overflow when set on a lower water setting since the water will not go over the top of the tub. This can be erratic also, so will be hard to catch the washer doing this. Watch the washer in the agitate cycle to see if you can catch it spinning in agitate. This tranny system has a 5 year warranty and this is a known problem with these newer washers. If it is not the washer doing this you could have a house drain backing up.
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Posted 28 October 2005 - 02:43 AM
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