Question about GE WBSE3120B Top Load Washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: WLRE4500G0WW Load Sizes
Look at part number 10. This is called the pressure switch and controls the amount of water that goes into the machine. What I would do is put some water into the machine, and with the water in there unplug the machine and access the pressure switch. When you can visually see and reach the pressure switch, you will notice there is a hose that is connected to it. Remove the hose and then blow into it. What you are doing is making sure that the airway is clear and you'll know because the water in the machine will start bubbling if so. If the airway is clear and there are no holes in the tube, change the pressure switch
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Posted on Jun 16, 2012
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