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I had this happen on a ge.  It ended up being the pressure switch that was bad, not the timer.  I thought it was the timer, but when I put a new one in the same thing happened.  I read somewhere about the pressure level switch being the problem and I put a new one on and it solved the problem. 

something to consider

Here is a link to another site where the consumer had the same problem and it was the pressure switch.   The tech doesnt believe them.

Thanks!  I'll try the pressure switch and see if that works.

Pressure tube hose on ge washers are bad about clogging at the bottom end, which usually results in a flood.

 I replaced the tubing which had some clogging, but that didn't solve the issue.  Incidentally the one load I ran on super overflowed.  Large and small run without overflowing.


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