Question about GE 15" Laundry Pedestal for Horizontal Axis Washers and Dryers - White-on-White
I've opened the panel underneath, i don't see a sensor. I've checked the plastic drain and nothing is blocking it. I can't unscrew the plastic drain because there's a layer of foam from the wash and i can't see it.
The water just stays there and doesn't drain. This has happened to me in the past, i switched powders and the problem was temporarily solved and it drained fine, but i guess i put in too much powder this time (with the same powder!) and for some reason it's over flowing again.
This leads me to believe its not the powder, but something else sinister is happening behind the scenes. I've been bucketing water out of the bottom as much as i could... i hope someone has an easy solution. Maybe there's a switch or simple sensor that isn't being triggered?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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