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Speed Queen NA3311-3062 - Water Fill Does Not Stop at Proper Level
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Post# 1035691   6/19/2019 at 04:52 by Elaine1 (Pretoria)        

Hi, does anyone know why the water fill in my Speed Queen top loader doesn't stop when it has reached the level for the wash size?

So far I have checked the:

pressure switch - diaphragm seems in working order
pressure hose - no apparent holes, builds up pressure if removed and tested in isolation
mixing valve - water does not continue to flow if power is switched off, strainer removed and cleaned

Does the mechanical timer play a role and could this prevent the water fill from stopping if faulty?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks





Post# 1035766 , Reply# 1   6/20/2019 at 05:40 by Combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
Overfilling Speed Queen Toploader washer

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First question, does it stop filling when you unplug it?

If it doesn’t stop filling when you unplug it you have a bad inlet valve beyond that you probably have a bad pressure switch unless you have a leak in the air don tubing that goes from the outer tub to the pressure switch or a clog in that tube.

John





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