Question about GE Washing Machines
First check the water supply hoses behind the machine. Where they hook up to machine is the inlet water valve. Unplug the machine. Turn off water supply valves. Remove the hoses from water valve. There are filter screens that can become covered with lime and other debris. Clean with toothbrush and spray bottle to flush the crud away. Also check water flow from supply hoses. Hold hoses over bucket or use tub of washer and turn on the taps. When they get old they can deteriorate from inside. Reattach hoses hand tight then 1/4 trn more with pliers. Do not overtighten. Do not use teflon tape. Do not crossthread. If that doesn't improve water flow your inlet water valve will most likely need replaced. Let me know if you run into difficulty. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Excess water in
Drain hose(s) bent or
Straighten the drain hose(s).
Blocked filters and/or drain
Clean the filter plate/drain filter. Unblock
the drain hose(s). Refer to the user manual
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