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I have a front-loading washer. Since moving into our house and moving it from another house in January 2011, we have had the problem of water pooling in the drum when it's not in use. I have pulled the drain hose out to make sure it is not sucking water back in. It isn't. I have turned the water off and it doesn't fill with water. It doesn't do this all the time. It will go several days and not fill and then it will start again. Each morning we have to run the drain and spin cycle to get rid of the water. If we are going to be gone a few days, we turn the water off so we don't come back to water spilling out. Has anyone else had this problem? We are stumped.

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Hi.

Please provide the complete model number.

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Model number is: WFW9400SW01
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Hi.

Most likely there is the bypassing

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