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You just answered my question about the plugging pressure hose on newer top load ge washers....(see you have been ge authorized for a long time) thanks, steven
In talking to other independent servicers the solution they gave me is to hook up the hot water to a a pressure hose still connected to the tub(with clamps) pour in some hydrogen peroxide before hooking up to hot water, can use a old waterline hook up from older style fridge which had the short water hose connection made of copper line for this

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Hi Steven. I'm sure other service providers have come up with their own methods of dealing with the same problem, many of which may work as well as mine, but I think that cutting off the last inch and a half of the hose at the tub side is the fastest "fix", followed by regular use of liquid bleach (a concentrated sulution every couple of months) to prevent the condition from re-occuring.

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Ge top load won't spin but it will drain


yes,most likely the lid switch,but have seen in rare cases the pressure switch hose from the tub to the pressure can be partially plugged up with soap residue and not letting the units pressure switch start the spin cycle,remove the hose on one end and make sure the tub side isnt blocked by blowing into the end of the hose,then remove the other end of the hose and blow into the hose and make sure the pressure switch clicks as in changing positions

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How do I replace water level pressure switch on a GE top load washer?


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This solution is listed for the GE WBB4500EWW Top Load Washer model. The procedure also applies to others GE top load washing machine model

Replacing the water level pressure switch is not a difficult operation. Here the guidelines.

  • Disconnect the washer from power. Either unplug the power cord or trip the circuit breaker.
  • Pull out the appliance and place it in a space where you can work.
  • Disconnect the water hoses .located at the back of the appliance
  • Removethe four screws that hold the top panel to the body of the machine andpull up the top panel. Be careful while lifting the top panel, itsedges are sharp and you may get harmed.
  • Disconnect connectorfrom the water level pressure switch. Disconnect also the connectorshooked to the water valve solenoid contacts if necessary to access thewater level pressure switch.Always mark the connections with tape andlabels or take a picture before disconnecting the wires. The pressureswitch has only a two wires connector attached, and wires orientationdoes not matter, but get used to note down all disconnected wires.
  • Remove the clamp holding the hose and disconnect the vacuum hose from the water level switch.
  • To remove the pressure switch, push down the metal tab on the rear panel plate and rotate the old switch until it gets loose.
  • Installthe new water level pressure switch by following operations in reverseorder. Ensure that all hoses are well connected, and that all wiringconnectors are in place.
Replacing the water pressure switch is not a difficult operation, however remember to observe strictly all safety prescriptions.
Before replacing the switch you can try blowing into the vacuum hoseattached to the pressure switch, this sometimes can fix an apparentlyfaulty pressure switch.

Before replacing the switch this can be tested either jumping itscontacts, or using a multimeter to read Ohms on switch contacts, andcheck if the switch is opening and closing the contact. With nopressure applied to vacuum hose the switch must have continuity and lowimpedance, otherwise the switch is faulty.

If you have no technical training, and if you do not have done any similar repair before, then it may be better calling a technician. To get an on site qualified technician, ring GE at the number listed on your use and care manual.

The water pressure switch is part nr. ten on the diagram shown below. Click on the picture to enlarge the diagram:

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Here also the replacement part for the model shown in example. Ensure that the part you are purchasing is the right one for your model.

PS269904 - Water Level Pressure Switch.

Regards.

Ginko.

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I HAVE A GE WASHER THAT FILLS WITH WATER AND OVERFLOWS. DOESN'T MATTER WHAT SIZE LOAD, IT CONTINUES TO FILL WITH WATER AND OVERFLOWS. IT STOPS WHEN I HIT THE STOP/PAUSE BUTTON.


There is a pressure sensor that needs to be looked into. USUALLY, there is a chamber, on the outside of the washer tub, and out of the top of it is a small plastic hose. This hose runs up to an electrical switch.
Too much soap, over time, can plug up this system, so the machine has no idea how much water is going in...and keeps filling..... Sometimes the hose comes loose, but this makes a fairly immediate water leak, so I suspect something is plugged.
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This is caused by either a washer fill level sensor tube being blocked or the pressure switch it acts on being defective, the water level switch is next to the timer control on the top of the washer panel.

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Load selector switch has a hose attached to it that goes to bottom of washer tub. It is probably clogged with soap. Open top where switches are, disconnect tube and blow it out. Problem should be solved. The only other thing it could be would be load selector switch has gone bad. But I am betting tube is plugged.

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I have a GE model# WLSR2000G2WW washer and it's not spinning out at the end of the cycle it started not spinning out when set on small load only now it's not spinning out on large load either. But if I...


I found the hose hooked to the pressure was clogged down at the tub end. So it couldn't send a signal to the switch telling it the water had pumped out and it was time to spin out, the plugged hose was holding pressure telling the washer (falsely) that the tub had water in it so it won't spin if it thinks water is still in the tub. By pulling the hose off the switch end and blowing thru it to clear the lint and soap slime that was plugging the other end it works perfect now.

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Ge WPRE6100G will not spin automatically but it will manually


I just had the same problem with my 2 yr old GE toploader and on mine the problem was a small hose plugged with lint and soap slime leading to the pressure switch. On mine I removed the control panel by removing the top (3) screws in the back of the washer then the face of the whole control panel slides to the right about an inch (MAKE SURE WASHER IS UNPLUGGED ! ) and the panel will pull away being carefull not to unplug any wires on the back of the of the panel. Mine had a plastic hose hooked to the pressure switch on the load size knob just pull the hose off and try blowing thru it if you can't that should be your problem blow it clear. What happens is to spin out the washer get a signal from that pressure switch telling it all the water has pumped out and its ok to spin if it is plugged the washer thinks water is still in the tub and wont spin out.

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