Question about GE GTWN3000MWS Washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ive included a solution to a similar problem that i solved earlier this week, i hope you find this helpfull...
I am assuming this is a top load washing machine.... the load size selector button has a hose attached to the back of it. This hose goes down to an overflow box mounted to the side of the tub. This tube often gets clogged and the machine cannot tell where the water level is. 1) dissconnect the tube from the level selector switch and ( w/it unplugged ) attach another tube to it and blow into it. you should hear a clicking sound. this means your level selector switch is functioning properly. if it does not click then it needs to be replaced. 2) dissconnect the tube from the level selector switch and ( w/it unplugged ) blow into the tube and you should hear air going into the tub, ( this is best performed with water in the tub ( bubbles ) )....hope this helps
Asker's Testimonial " Thanks rdrsp. When I took the control panel off, I found that the tube had fallen off the control valve. I put it back on with a band clamp. " - bill_marv460 "
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
Could possibly be that the water level switch in the console has gone bad. Sometimes the small hose that connects the basket and the switch can come off, causing the overfill. Sounds like maybe the water switch has gone bad though if I were to guess at it. If it goes bad, it will send the timer a signal that its full, when its not. Could also be a bad timer, but that only happens on rare occasions, but it does happen. Let me know how it goes or if you need break down instructions, etc. Jim
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
Remove the plastic hose from the water level switch and blow through it until it flows freely.
If it does not clear this way. Remove the front panel.putty knife needed.
Remove the water level tube from the tub and clean out the gunk.
Reconnect it to the water level switch.
Set the machine to spin and run it.
Reset water level control and try your machine.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
SOURCE: GE WPRB9110D1WW Overflows
Very common with GE. To make sure you caught the problem you have to replace the pressure switch, air pressure hose, and clean out the air dome outlet that the air hose connects to. I have found a build up of the sludge, from the laundry soap fillers, in the air dome outlet and in the connecting hose. This plugs up the air pressure hose and gives the water level switch a false reading. I always recommend the customers get online, find a Melaleuca representative, have them sign you up, and buy their laundry soap directly from the company. Their soap will clean the sludge build up out of your washer and prevent this from happening again. We haven't found any other brand that will prevent this from recurring in your washer. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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FL error indicates flood condition and is caused due to any overfill condition that occurs inside the washer. To clear the display you can press and hold the STOP/CANCEL button. Usually this error is caused when overfill switch trips due to excessive water in the tub. You can also try to clean the drain hose and check the water inlet valve. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.
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