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No Cold Water

My GE Profile Washer is only working with hot water. I checked the cold water valve and the water is working fine. I took off the cold water hose and checked to make sure it was not clogged . Then I cleaned out the filter on the input on the back of the washer (where the hose connects). The cold water is now trickling in at first but then stops completely. Any suggestions or idea of what to try next? Thanks

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THE SOLENOID VAVLE IS DEFECTIVE,NEED TO REPLACE IT, ITS WERE THE HOT AND COLD HOSES CONNECT TO BEHIND THE WASHER WERE YOU CLEANED THE SCREEN. NEED TO TAKE IT OUT AND REPLACE. ITS A ONE PIECE IT SHOULD BE RED OR BLUE OR SUMTHIN LIKE THAT.

GET THE MODEL NO AND SERIAL NO AND SOURCE AROUND FOR A REPLACEMENT PART. ALWAYS GO WITH THE ORIGINAL PARTS SO IT WOULD LAST LONGER, THEN TO MODIFY AND COST YOU MORE MONEY, WHEN IT SHOULDNT.

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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