Question about GE Profile Harmony WPGT9360E 4.0 Cu. Ft. King-Size Washer with Stainless Steel Basket
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to make sure that the drain hose is clear then unplug the machine. Remove the 4 Phillips-head screws (2 on each side) that hold the back cover in place and then remove the back cover
Remove the thin plastic cover over the drain pump by pulling down on the ends to clear the tabs.
Lift up the tab on the impeller housing with a flat-head screwdriver. When viewed from the impeller housing end, rotate the motor in a counter clockwise direction to remove.
Remove any foreign objects from the impeller and impeller housing. Inspect the impeller for any damage and replace the pump assembly if necessary.
The drain hoses are difficult to remove due to a sealing compound used at the factory. To remove the drain pump, remove the drain hoses from the pump by squeezing each clamp and slide it back. Carefully break the hose loose by inserting a small flat-blade screwdriver or any similar tool under the hose to break the seal and remove the hose.
Remove the 2 Phillips head screws that hold the drain pump mounting plate to the washer floor.
Disconnect the drain pump wires then remove the 2 Phillips head screws that hold the drain pump to the mounting plate and separate the drain pump.
Care must to taken when reinstalling and sealing the drain hoses to the outer tub to ensure there is no water leakage. When installing, apply a thin coat of sealing compound to the inner surface of the drain hoses.
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Posted on Jul 16, 2011
Based on your description, it sounds like the water inlet valve is making noise, since you hear a squeaking noise during the filling of the washer. If it sounds like a constant squeak or squealing noise, i'd say it's caused by either the water inlet valve not being pulled all the way open, or because the water supply shut off valve at the house end isn't open all the way. Try opening the water supply shut off valves all the way open, (check to see that they are).
What is interesting is that the squeaking comes back during the draining of the water. Is this while the tub is spinning or only at the very end of the cycle? Again, it could be the water inlet valve, since the washer will "spray" some fresh water into the washer during the final spin cycle to help remove any soap residue, etc.
The part ins't cheap at around $123.00 for this valve, so unless it's really annoying you to no end, I'd wait for the valve to stop working before getting the repair done, unless you want to do the repair yourself, which isn't difficult, with some basic tools and time.
If you wait and let this go until it fails, you'll notice the water in the tub might not fill all the way for the level set, or the valve will start getting even more as it gets worse.
Here's a drawing that shows your washer and the part I'm talking about.
Part #WH13X10017 $123.49 @ searspartsdirect.com
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Posted on Aug 22, 2009
The message merely notifies you that there's a problem. Enter service mode in order to get critical information on the status of various components of the washer. This mode will help you identify failed or improper operation of components and systems. The service mode does not use error codes to identify problems. Instead, the LCD screen displays a list of components or systems to be checked if a problem is detected. Once the service mode is entered, all membrane key panel buttons are disabled.
Press the POWER key to turn the washer on. If the washer is on and the HOME screen is displayed, press HELP and the main help screen is displayed. If the home screen is not displayed, press HOME on the keypanel then press HELP to display the main help screen.
Press and hold MY CYCLES and BACK simultaneously for 3 seconds: The control will display any recorded errors. If no errors have been recorded, press EXIT to return to the HOME screen. If errors have been recorded, post it back. A MORE icon will be displayed on the LCD screen if additional problems have been recorded. Press MORE to list additional errors.
Use the BACK pad on the key panel membrane to scroll back through the list. If MORE is not displayed then there are no additional errors. Make a note of the listed errors. Press EXIT, the screen prompts you to unplug the washer before servicing.
Pressing exit clears all error messages and activates the setup mode program. Disconnect power and make necessary repairs. After the problem has been identified in service mode and repairs have been made, the unit prompts you to run a setup/self diagnostic check. The self diagnostic check consists of a series of system tests to ensure the washer is operating correctly. Follow the on-screen instructions.
When all errors have been corrected and the setup/self diagnostic mode has been completed, the washer displays the following screen. Press OK to return the washer to normal operation.
Posted on Sep 17, 2011
Does it stop filling if you stop the cycle or do you need to turn the faucet off?
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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