Question about GE WSM2780W Stacked Washer / Dryer
As soon as you turn on the washer to fill with water, it comes pouring out. Not sure where from, but when I turned it over to look inside it from the bottom, a brass pin fell out - have no idea where it belongs. The leak is not from the hose connectors - could it be the pump? If so, how would you replace it. Thanks.
Its very difficult to answer your question since different machines use different pumps. as for the leak my guess is either a hose has disconnected/torn at the pump or inlet water valve.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
Step 1: Remove the front panel of the wash basin
Step 2: See if the clear tube in the left hand side of the basin is disconnected - this will take all of the over-fill water and pour right onto the floor. This happens if the wash cycle becomes too aggressive.
Step 3. Reconnect the clear hose and use a BINDER CLIP (same as you'd use on a stack of papers) to secure the hose and keep this from happening again.
Reach out to me if this doesn't resolve your problem.
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Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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