Our washing machine (top loading) was repaired last week because it was
overfilling and flooding the laundry. The repair man cut a little piece from
each end of the tube that connects from the bottom of the outer tub to the
bottom of the water level switch, and refitted it. This fixed the overfill
problem but now the washing machine will not completely empty of water. In
the final spin there is water sloshing in the bottom of the tub. Just seems
strange that this happened after the repair. Could shortening the length of
the tube slightly cause this to happen?