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GE Profile will not run cycles. Runs water continuously.

When I start the washer, the water will run and drain continuously. It will not move on to the next cycle because it will not fill. It had worked fine before I moved. After I moved it did one load normally and now will not work correctly. The washer is a couple of years old.

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OK, i would do a hard reset by unplugging for 2 minutes. if the problem still exists, this is defiantly a malfunctioning relay. it will have to be replaced.

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