Question about Washing Machines
I don't have any instructions on how to use the particular heater and all my trials have failed to activate it. Could you please help me out and give me as many details about using it as possible, i.e. instruction or some advice at least? Thanks in advance :)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: General Electric Washer
This problem is commonly caused by a pressure switch malfunction. This switch is located behind the water level or load size selector knob inside the operator console. If you remove the back of the console you will be able to access the switch. The pressure switch has some electrical connections and an air hose attached to it. The air hose runs from the switch to the bottom side of the wash tub. Air pressure from the tub increases as the tub fills with water and, depending on the water level selected, determines WHEN the water shuts off. Now...commonly what happens is the air hose comes loose from the pressure switch and it will no longer shut off. The following link explains:
I would check the air hose, first. Often, all that is required is to reattach the hose and the problem is solved. However, if the air hose is intact and has no leaks or splits anywhere, I would recommend replacing the pressure switch. A replacment can be purchased online at searspartsdirect.com. Just type in your model number and look under the "Controls and Backsplash" heading for item number 10 (part #WH12X10065). Repairclinic.com also carries the same part for slightly less (item number 2205).
This is a simple repair (even if you have to replace the switch) and won't cost much. I hope this helps you. Let me know if you require additional assistance.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
You can email them - they emailed me the instructions and parts list in a 16 page pdf.
Here are the instructions for your crib. Please review them and see which parts you will need. We accept Visa or Master Card. Parts are non returnable. Delivery is normally 7-10 business days. We do have replacement parts for this crib. Please review the instructions and see what you will need. J Thank you, Cindy Customer Service Rep Simmons Juvenile Furniture ':Phone: 1-800-218-2741 ':Phone: 1-920-779-4004 7:Fax: 1-920-779-4216
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
You can download the instructions from the Hasbro website:
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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