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GE older top loading washer WWA8350BALAD pump runs but water does not fill

Yesterday, we had the water turned off while doing some plumbing work. Today the washer pump makes noise like it is working but no water comes out. Any ideas? Thanks

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    john gagnon May 11, 2010

    HI are you talking about the water that comes in or the water that drains out

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Usually when water is turned off for a repair, rust and other things can clog it. the best thing to do is clean out the pump, and see if its dirty.

Posted on Apr 20, 2010

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Probably have air in the lines. Turn the water off to the washer, disconnect the hot and cold water lines to your washer and have a bucket handy turn the hot and cold water on to get the air out of the lines. If there is air in the lines it will spit and spurt LOL then water should flow good.Reconnect water to washer and try hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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    Water that comes into the washer.

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You needed to prime the water pump to get the air out of the system, then you should have flow in the pump

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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