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yes ,i couldnt get it to stop
ok ,so im correct with the water valve and i probably just have water in the tray that has set off a float switchand i just need to reset it . right ?
im sorry but you lost me . 1 water valve needs replaced.2 im not sure if i need to take that switch apart or just move the arm . are you saying that when the water backed up that it could have screwed up the switch.
No What happens is the water over flows at the housing #0428 on the left side of the washer....First remove all the water in the bottom pan completely..You can use a rag..Or a vacuum..Once the water is removed..Carefully reach in and move the arm up and down a few times...Then check to see if the unit will restart..Like i said..The water first needs to be removed..Sometimes meaning leaving the unit sit over night..If there is water in the bottom ..This means the float is always going to be activating the float switch
youv`e been real patient with me , thanks. so just to be clear .by moving that arm and getting anywater in the bottom out , the pump will shut off and the controls will operate
many thanks for the help