Question about GE WSXH208A Front Load Washer
I have put a load in and push power on, my cycle set and i push start. I watch the start button flash green as normal before you start washer and after pushing start it continues to flas green and beep two short beeps. Thats it - thats all it does.
Hit the power button until there is NO display . Unplug and wait a minimum of 30 seconds , plug back in and within 30 seconds hit SIGNAL button then DELAY START button then SIGNAL button again then DELAY START button again. door should lock and display t01 It is now in test mode . There are 14 different test it can run through in this mode , but all we are trying to do is check for error codes now and maybe get you back to normal, So turn the knob one click clockwise and hit the START/PAUSE button and see if any error codes come up. To exit the diagnostic mode - hit signal button then delay start button then signal button then delay start button and you are out of service test mode and back to normal. Post any error codes.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE WCVH6260 Front Load Washer
I removed the three screws, and lower cover cleaned the few pennies, screws and nasty gunk build up from the filter. The wash machine seems to function as it did prior to the clogged issue. Thank you everyone !!!
Posted on May 31, 2009
Had the same problem, this fixed it!
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: GE Front load washer WCHVH 6260F
I had the same problem.....The start/pause button would flash during a cycle and the washer would not finish the cycle. After reading on this forum that there is a filter/strainer inline with the drain, I tried this solution.
Remove the (3) screws that hold the lower front panel (Just below the door)
Once the panel is removed, you should see a white plastic strainer hooked to the washer drain.
Please a large bowl under the opening and unscrew the knob/handle, pull the filter/strainer out and clean all of the lint/trash out of this area.
My filter/strainer was clogged with a baby sock, 2 doilies, a fewe pennies, 2 dimes and lot's of lint.
I believe all of this debris was causing musty odors in the machine as the lint would stink due to dampness.
Once I cleared out this filter/strainer the problem and my odors went away
I wish GE would add this "EASY" step into the owners manual for proper care and maintenace.
Thank you for letting me know about this filter/strainer as it did resolve my problem
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Check the cold water hose. My brand new machine had this behavior until I discovered a kink in the cold water hose - works great now.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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