Does it matter how you connect the wires to a replacement valve? I forgot to look before removing the old one!
Answer Yes, It does matter where there wires are attached to the fill valve. If attached improperly to the fill valve terminals, the water temperatures will be reversed. The Blue wire needs to be attached to the cold solenoid, the orange wire attaches to the hot solenoid and the white wire needs to be attached to the empty terminal on each solenoid.
Problem: The hot water does not shut off once the tub fills to the proper level only the cold water shuts off. The hot water continues to flow until the wash cycle is complete then everything shuts down and the water stops flowing.
What is the voltage to the water valve coils? AC or DC
Answer LRB, The tendency would be to suspect the water inlet valve 205613, but based on your post information, it's more likely you have a short in the wiring between the timer and the water inlet valve or a contact failure in the timer 206230 itself. The information would indicate that the washer is supplying voltage to the hot water solenoid and keeping it "open" during the whole cycle. When the timer advances into the off position, and voltage is removed from the timer, the solenoid closes and the water stops flowing.