Whirlpool washer with 2 problems

I have a Whirlpool top loading washer, from 1999, it is model LSQ9264HQ0
It has two problems:
1. the water fill level on the largest load size needs adjustment - I have always had to add a couple of gallons of water or so to get it to the right level, this seems common on Whirlpool washers, how can I adjust the maximum fill level? My friend had the same problem, he replaced the water level switch, and the problem remained, so what I really need is a way to adjust it, because it seems the factory parts are not quite in calibration.
2. the tub (which is floating by design) has a steep list to the left when looking at the washer head on, it used to sit centered in the cabinet, what do I need to replace to have it sit level again?
thanks for any help you can provide,
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On Sat, 31 Dec 2005 16:20:37 -0500, "Fred Garvin"

The right level? If you are a member of a religion, do you tell it what the right god is?
If you're going to be a Whilpoolist, you have to accept their level.

Heretic!!!
Lift up the lid, or take the front or back off, and see what is broken or disconnected.

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There is no adjustment. It is straightforward to replace the switch. Make sure the tube from the bottom of the tube fits firmly, else the tub will overflow (sadly I know from experience)

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