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LG Front load overfills, leaks even after replacing valves and switch

I have an LG front load, less than 2 years old, runs through diagnostics fine—does all commands but in normal use it overfills with water and leaks.

We’ve replaced the water inlet valves (hot and cold) and the pressure switch. No change, still over fills and leaks.

Also it seems to get “stuck” like for the express wash that is supposed to take 15 minutes it will fill and spin for 10 minutes before counting down from 15.

Any help as we are struggling! Thank you!

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Hi @jshaf,

What is the model number of the washer?

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WM3400CW is the model. Thanks! Janell

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Hi @jshaf

Check that the tub to pump hose is OK.

I can’t find a service manual for the washer but have found information that seems to indicate that the cycle time is auto adjusted depending on wash load and water pressure/level, so if the water is overflowing this may be why the cycle times aren’t correct.

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Hi- YES this was it! Thank you!!

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