My washer overflows and doesn't agitate. Repairman told me I needed a new timer, so I put one in and it didn't change. I read online that it could be plugged hose or water level switch, so I cleaned the tube and put in a water level switch. It still overflows and doesn't agitate. Now what?
ANSWER Hello Kris. Try blowing through the hose into the air dome and see if the hose or the air dome is clogged and is causing the issue you are having. Also, check the see if the hose has a hole or crack in it causing the issue.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, December 07, 2012