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  • pianjoe84 Feb 18, 2009

    It's a GE stackable space saver; I'm not sure what year. It runs through the wash cycle and the spin before the rinse fine, but then sometimes it just stops. I guess it eventually worked today, but it is hit and miss.



    Sometimes our dish washer does something similar. The pump kicks on but no water comes into the tub to begin the wash cycle. We don't seem to have any other water issues (faucets, showers, etc).

  • mlord4 May 11, 2010

    ? what kind top loader how old most rinse are cold water could be water valve .cold water off ?

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It will probably continue to be an issue, but the last three loads it has worked fine. Hopefully the mishap was a fluke.

Thanks for your help.

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