Has anyone else had this problem with their older model Whirlpool Washer, model
no: LSR8233JQO. If you are not careful and switch the water lever control
directly on low, medium or high the lever will stop in between the gauge and the
water will continue to run and overflow because it can't read which water level
it should stop at. It has ruin my hardwood floor twice . This has to be flaw
that Whirlpool is aware of.
Don't own that washer but the water level switch used is common to many
washers. I doubt that there is a flaw with the product and suspect that your
switch has gone bad.
The switch is pricey but easy to replace.
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