THERE IS SCREWS ON THE BACK SIDE OF THE PANEL, REMOVE THE SCREWS AND PUSH FORWARD A LITTLE WHILE PULLING UP AND IT WILL LAY DOWN RIGHT ON TOP OF MACHINE, THAT IS WHERE I FOUND DIRECTIONS TO ALL THE PROBLEMS I HAVE BEEN HAVING
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Hi there,I'm afraid it sounds as though the main computer board is dead or the display panel where the buttons are is dead.Also i'm not sure with this model but with some of them the power runs thru the water pump before powering the the main board,if the pump is open circuited or dead then it may not be providing power to the main board.With a multi meter the pump can be tested for a circuit,it should read around 34ohms.or take the pump out (its quite easy) & take it somewhere & have this test done to it.this could be the cheapest way out & a good starting point. Ps if you recently had a bad electrical storm or power surge then that might be it..dead main board..In my tips section i mention the importance of unplugging these types of machine after washing to keep them safe.I hope i have been helpful in some way.Ide be glad to hear how you went.cheers Chris
Would plug something else into outlet to make sure your power supply is ok. If you remove bottom panel in front(three screws) or top panel(three screws in back and slide panel back slightly to raise off) there should be a tech sheet with some suggestions. If it is less than a year old call for warranty service. Keep kids away with panels off. If unit is completely dead a guess would be main control board on top, but that is just a guess.......
suspect water level control they call it a pressure switch
there is a quarter inch line that runs from tub to pressure switch that line can sometimes plug requiring line be removed from pressure switch and cleared http://www.repairclinic.com/Washing-Machine-Top-Load-GE-Style-Appliance-Diagram
this web page shows a breakdown of commom top load ge washing machine level control is located in top panel
before opening top panel unplug washer from wall
if clearing line does not work level control will probably need to be replaced suggest take picture or draw out
where three wires are hooked before removing part or
change 1 wire at a time to avoid mixing up wiring
The first thing to check here is by opening up the top of your washer. Plug off the mains. Check to see the wires are connected to the inlet valve at the point where the water enters your machine, tighten the wires. Then shut off the wall faucet, unscrew the hoses, check the fine mesh at the machine valve entrance, clean out. Refit the hoses carefully without cross threading, open the wall faucet full to check for leaks; advisable to keep faucet fully open. Check to see that there is no leak at the dispenser end of the pipes. You are done now, try the machine (with the top open, caution)
If there is still no water, just change the inlet water valve, you can do it yourself. Try these sites for spares: RepairClinic.com espares.co.uk AppliancePartsPros.com mcminone.com
Checked the control board for a fuse. Found two fuses on the printed circut board. Checked both for continuity, one had none a 6.3 amp fuse sodered into the board. went to a local electronics store and purchased a similar and replaced fuse. Everything works fine now.
If led'slight up when POWER button pushed but nothing happens when START button pushed ITis likelt to be lid reed switch open circuit or pump is open circuit .If nothing lights up when turned on at wall socket suspect controller dead or pump open circuit.Pump sounds like it has caused problem joker 120 need to check loop resistance of pump 35ohms for Aus/NZ