You either have a water supply issue to the machine or the water inlet valve is bad on the unit. Verify you have water supply to the unit, turn your valves off, disconnect the supply hoses and check the screens on the inlet valve for debris that may have stopped the water flow, put the hoses over into the tub and turn the valves on to see that the water supply on your home is working properly, then if you do hook them back up and if you have volt meter start a cycle on the washer and see if you are getting voltage at the cold water side of the inlet valve, if you are then the valve is bad, if there is no voltage to the water valve when you first start a cycle and the water pump is running constantly from the start of the cycle, then the water level pressure switch is bad on the unit, meaning the computer thinks the tub is full of water from the start of the cycle when it's not, so it's not putting water in the tub instead it's trying to drain water to start a new cycle.
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