Model #WCSR2090D5CC GE Residential Washers

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What would cause my GE washer to over fill and not shut off the water?


I do not have enough details informing me if the washer had started to agitate while it continued to fill or not. I also do not know if the water stopped filling when you pushed the timer control knob inwards or did you have to turn the water supply off at the wall.

The water level pressure switch (key#10) regulates the water level by the means of air pressure trapped in the air dome which is transferred up to the water level pressure switch my the means of an air hose connected between the outer tub and the water level pressure switch.

If the water quit filling when the timer knob was pushed inwards would likely indicate an air leak in the air hose or the air hose pulled off the water level pressure switch or a failed water level pressure switch.

If the water did not shut off by pushing the timer control knob inwards and you had to shut the water supply valve off at the wall would indicate a failed water inlet valve on the washer.

Resubmit your question with the model number and additional details for further assistance if needed.

I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your washer.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
February 26, 2009

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