Washer overflowing - Fuse HVAC & Appliance Repair in Denver CO

Washer overflowing

– Probably, in this case, the pressostat tube (hose) (water level sensor) has flown, clogged or damaged.
– The chamber of the pressostat clogged up with scum and mud.
– The water level sensor itself has failed.
– The electronic controller (control module) is defective. During the bay, the controller does not give the command to stop the water set, and it continues to enter the washer.
– The filling valve is out of order. He jammed in the open position, so the water enters the washer constantly, and she can not finish the program.

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