To start I will never again buy another GE product for as long as I live. I am having the same problem w/my GE washing machine. I have to manually turn the dial to make it go thru its cycles. the problem is the 'timer' must be replaced. good luck trying to get their customer service dept to help you with anything. they are useless.
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If it doesn't fill it won't start any other cycle unless you move it ahead yourself. If it hums I am thinking it is trying to fill. Sounds like the valve is turning on to let water in but it is not getting through. My washer has a screen where the hoses go on and sometimes the screen becomes plugging with scale. If that is ok then the solenoid must be coming on but the valve is stuck. Does neither hot or cold settings work? Please rate my answer so I am rewarded points for it.
Disconnect power to machine, Drain all the water you can. Remove the bottom access panel ( 3 screws on bottom plate) open the large plastic filter in center have a tray and towels to catch the water, remove all clogging material, look in with a light and turn the pump , it should turn freely.