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Try out followings see if it helps.(if you know what you are doing.).
1-Unplug machine from power.Remove the fluff filter. Pour some water in to drum and monitor how quickly comes out amount of water poured in to drum. If it's slow there is a blockage between tub to fluff filter hose.
2- There is a non return valve on the machine. When you remove top cover, it's located back LHS. Remove the part but careful not the drop tiny ball inside of it. Check for blockage. Another hose comes from front to middle of LHS panel and joins Y shape attachment. Check that hose also for blockage. Try to blow air in it while keeping fluff filter open. If its blocked, needs properly cleaning.
I hope that helps. Thanks.
either the pressure hose is plugged with debris from the base of the tub up to the pressure switch or the pressure switch in the upper side area or behind the control panel is bad,follow this small hose from the tub base pressure dome up to a round shaped plastic component usually about 3" diameter,this is your pressure switch,when its filling remove this hose off the tub and blow into the end of the hose off the tub,if the switch is good you will hear a click and the water will stop and the machine will start,then you know hose is blocked
Make sure the rubber seal around the door is not a) pinched and bent out of shape b) degraded/deteriorated/ripped/cracked.
Also make sure no one knocked anything and bent anything out of shape.
Is your washer draining properly, otherwise?
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To manually unlock the door lock system, perform the
1. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
2. Remove the lower toe panel.
3. Reach up along the inside of the front panel and locate the bottom of the door
4. Located on the bottom of the door latch assembly is a teardrop shaped tab.
Gently pull the tab down approximately 1/4 inch, or until a click is heard.
5. The door may now be manually opened.
Hi, there is a tub seal (WH02X10032) that can be replaced, however, the tub nut generally requires the GE tool to remove. The nut is hex shaped, but is made of a pretty soft alloy so it can break if you use a regular wrench. Once the tub is out, you may also find that you need a new tub nut and split ring.
remove the agitator. there is a cone shaped block on the agitator shaft and locked to the tub via a large lock nut. spin tube has 2 tabs that lock into slots on top of block. these can strip out and cause the spin tube to spin inside block. watch it and turn machine on spin. tub can also drop and drag on bottom of outer tub. if this is it replace block and gently straighten tabs on spin tube.
The drum seal is bad. The seal allows the center to come up through the tub and the tub to rotate around it, It usually has a rubber membrane that flexes so the tub can rock around. The rubber tears and the water runs right out. If you can, disassemble the washer and change the seal, otherwise the washer is toast. Sorry! You can verify this by pouring water in from a bucket. If this water doesn't run through then it is the hose from the fill valve to the water outlet under the lid.
Check the Vibration damper rods to be sure that... 1. They are there and mount is solid. 2. If they are broken in 1/2. 3. The plastic knuckle mounts are not missing/broken. 4. There is oil in the shock absorber/spring section of the rods.
Also - there are suspension springs on the bottom of the tub that could be broken and/or missing.
Replace/repair as necessary.
IF THIS IS A BRAND NEW INSTALLATION - be sure you hav removed the basket shipping pins (4) that secure the tub during shipping.
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remove bottom panel reach up from bottom to lock area pull the small tear shaped release to open door if water still in tub pump may be plugged to clean turn handle on pump to left and pull out trap and clean ..after dipping as much water out as possible
davedun: Take a look at the [water load or water level] switch from the inside & u may see a rubber tube coming out and going to the bottom of the washer tub.The rubber tube should be connected to a VACUUM switch.This switch works by pressure from the weight of the tub when it is being filled up with water.When u set the water level switch on a "lite load" ,as the tub is being filled the diaphragm is pushed down causing a vacuum to pull down another switch which causes the water to stop, causing your machine to start washing, rinsing, etc. This vacuum switch could be of many configurations\shapes\sizes & will almost always be at the bottom of the tub to measure the weight of water going in. The key is a rubber (clear-see through, or black) coming from the top of the control panel going to the switch. 2nd. electronics sensors on the side of the inner tub ( that catches the water ) to measure water weight. Hard to find, because they could look like anything. Even I have trouble finding them!! P.S. TURN THE POWER OFF AND UNPLUG !!!! P.S.S. get back to me if u need some more help.