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GE Washer WHDRR418E1WW overflows the tube. Yikes.

GE Washer WHDRR418E1WW overflows the tube. Yikes. Other behavior was that the water would never fill and run water forever. Where should I check for this kind of problem? I am at jysharp2003@yahoo.com, this is Jerry

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    Ryan Lee May 11, 2010

    jerry, greetings i need more information do you mean the drain tube?

    any calrification would be nice

    ryan

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A washer that over flows in the fill cycle sounds like a faulty pressure switch. Part # WH12X10069 and 10 on this diagram. If it overfills the tub when the washer is off it's a faulty water valve. Best of luck Ryan

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