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Whirlpool Duet Washer GHW9100 Fills when Not Running

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Went to put the wash in the dryer last night and there was standing water in the tub with the wash. Ran it through a spin drain cycle and everything appeared to be normal. We leave the door ope to let it dry out after each was and this afternoon I went to start another load of laundry and there was standing water in the drum. Checked my service manual fro troubleshooting and couldn't find anything that relates to standing water after washer sits for extended period of time. Just don't want to shotgun parts at it sop I thought I would post  here. It's been awhile since I posted on the forum everything has been running well around the house for a while.

Thanks!

Steven

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Sorry for the incomplete P/N this is the whole number off the tag  P/N GHW9100lq    S/N CSM2003660

I must add this is an intermittent issue. Sometimes it happens sometimes not. Can't bee for sure if it's cold or hot water leaking into the tub. It sat about 18hrs since the last load and there was probably three to four inches i=of water in the tube.

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Replace the water valve.

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Replace the water valve.

Will do thanks!

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