Question about GE Profile WPRE6100G Top Load Washer
I have a GE Profile washing machine. Top loader. Probably 8-10 yrs old. Today I washed 2 throw rugs that I have washed many times before. At the end of cycle machine was full of water. Water was chock full of debris from the throw rugs and they had disintegrated. I emptied all water by hand and cleaned out an entire plastic grocery bag full of debris and wiped down tub. Tried running a small load, washer filled, would spin and cycle advances, but water will not drain.
I have a feeling something is clogged because of all the debris, but what and how do I fix? Would this debris have ruined the pump?
Thank you for your help!
Take the front off the washer take the two hoses off the pump youll probably find where its stopped up
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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