Question about GE WJSE4150B Top Load Washer
It also clicks on 6 minute cycle and makes lights dim in home each time it clicks.
It sounds like the timer must have went bad or has a loose connection, If I understand you correctly its stuck in the spin mode. and won't go to rinse or wash cycle, Is that what you are saying, If so Maybe the start button got pushed in to hard or pulled out to hard. If It don't work let me know so we can work on something else so we can get it fixed for you, Happy Holidays bear001
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
SOURCE: GE WCVH6260 Front Load Washer
thank you ...thank you...thank you. i never knew that there was a filter..as ge manuel says nothing about that. got 2.75 in change, a few rusted screws and assorted other **** out of it. runs like new
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
One common problem area is the clutch assembly. The clutch is built on top of the motor, the motor drives the clutch and the clutch assembly drives the rest of the washer. The clutch gets very noisy when parts inside are worn out. The shoes lining that drives the inner drum of the clutch wear off and you will get a metal on metal sound. Clutches often can be rebuilt, but sometimes they are too worn and replacing the whole clutch is the best repair. Please use this link here for clutch replace and repair info. The belt and pump may be the next items to check for noises. How to access the washer. Clutch repair help.
Posted on May 03, 2009
The gears maybe going out. Sometimes it is able to engage in the other direction which the spin, sometimes not. Washing machine have complex gears that in one way agitator works, and the other the gear locks to turn the whole tub. The clicking noise is probably the locking mechanism in the gears that has caused the whole intermittent problem.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
SOURCE: GE Washer Model WJSE4150B1WW
You may try a couple of things. 1. unplug the machine overnight and then try it. 2. unplug the machine, take the backsplash loose where the timer/control panel is located. check to make sure that you don't have any rodents, bugs or roaches in the timer/control panel causing you problems such as chewed up wires or dead bugs in the control panel. If this is the case clean out the control panel and or repair any wires.
3 Replace control panel.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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