Question about GE WSXH208A Front Load Washer
At first the drum was spinning slow, but now the water will not drain. I've checked the hose but it seems to be fine. I don't know what to do. Thanks, ~Helpless~
Try cleaning the filter, too. The bottom front panel on your washer should come off by removing 3 screws. We found a bunch of junk (it was full of lint, change, and other gross stuff). Make sure to check back up in the hose if you can, too. Our filter was so full, the lint and junk was backing up into the hose. That worked for us and saved us a service call. Hope this helps. There is another problem, similar to yours, posted on this website with a lot more information and a bunch of testimonials (mine included). You might want to search for that one to get more info.
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
This is what solved my GE Frontloader washer issues too.. Would not drain well, plus it would stop and start for no reason.. just acting strange.. i cant believe they did not post a sticker on outside of washer that says "Clean Often"..
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
I cleaned the filter and it was really clogged but when I put everything back together, the washer will start but quickly pauses and just sits there. When you turn it off, it should go into drain but again it does nothing. Any help?
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
Blessings on the INternet and this post(s) in particular! I found the panel and the filter behind it easily, and it was full of junk. I only made about $1.75, but that's OK because it almost certainly will fix my problem. GE REALLY should have this in the User Manual.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
Is the drain right in front of you when you open that bottom panel? It has like a a rubber pipe that disconnects. i opened that up and water came out and i felt around the top compartment where the pipe was connected but didn't feel anything...i'm assuming that's where the drain is??
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
I do have one more question/suggestion.
The panel that you probably have, and the one I have is not very user friendly. You have to remove all three screws to access the drain. I would like to see GE trade our panels out for the newer type which allows straight access to the drain, without having to remove the panel. Please let me know if you have heard anything about this.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Cleaned out my trap today, but only made a couple of bucks. I did find lots of tools I've been missin, like driver/drill bits, a 7/16 socket, my old Marine Corps John Wayne can opener, a few screws and a nail. Mama's happy, though!
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
I also had similar problems...finally decided (after multiple complaints from the chief clothes washer) that I needed to do something to fix it. I found $22 in US bills, $1.89 in US coins, and a Canadian quarter (possibly the real culprit), plus a bracelet and a couple of collar stays. Thanks for the advice.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
I had the same problem. Clothes soaking wet after spinning cycle. Cleaned out drain, made $1.56 and hair pins, medals and everything worked out great. .
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
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