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schleven:
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

schleven:
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. 
http://www.justanswer.com/appliance/6oxp4-having-problem-ge-washer-model-wdsr2080d5ww.html



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

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

enigma:
 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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