Question about GE WJSE3110A Top Load Washer
8 year old washer was working fine, now it won't drain. I took the drain tube off the back to make sure it wasn't kinked or clogged and it was fine. i think it might be the water pump inside. How hard is this to fix myself and also how do you remove the panels to get to the inside parts?
On a scale of 1 -10, I'd rate this about a 3.5 in difficulty.
Un plug machine.
Use a putty knife to push the clips in at the seam of the front panel and the washer's top, about two inches in from each side to allow you to pull the front panel forward and then lift it off the bottom pegs.
If you took off that drain hose, you shouldn't have any water left in the machine, so take the two squeeze hose clamps off the pump hoses, the electrical wires off the pump, and the two 3/8 size bolts holding the pump to the washer's base.
Now check to see if the pump is plugged or obstructed with an object. Replace pump with cleaned out or new pump as necessary.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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