OK - It's not the drain hose siphoning back water from the drain as I have taken that out completely, and the inlet filters have been cleaned, but I am still getting water in the tub after the cycle ends - about a gallon every 12 hours. I know that the hot water wall valve does not shut off 100% (though the cold seems to) so is it reasonable to assume that the problem is with the hot water valve assembly inlet in the machine? One more thing - are there 4 solenoids on the cold water valve assembly because I have 4 compartments in the dispenser? Really don't want to buy more parts than I need so would it be a good idea to try to switch around the hoses and see if it still seeps back to determine which valve assembly needs replacing? Thank for all your wonderful help and patience.
ANSWER Ljsciortino, You're on the right track, And your deductions are pretty good. Yes, the cold water inlet valve has 4 outlets, one for each dispenser compartment. and the hot water inlet has one(1). You most likely have a "seaping" fill valve, Turn onre of the faucets Off then the other after a day or so, to determine which is bad and replace the appropriate valve. Thanks and Good Luck
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, July 11, 2011