Question about GE WBSR3140DW Top Load Washer
It used to fill up with water pretty fast, as soon as a machine was started. Now it just trickles in. I have had this washing machine for 7 years - is it time to throw it out?
NOOOOO don't junk it unless the transmission goes out. then its easier to buy new.... It sounds like you live in an area that has dirty or hard water. Start with turning off water supply to the washer. Then remove the hoses and check the screens in the hoses and in the water inlets on the washer. If they are dirty clean them. If this doesn't solve the problem then have an appliance tech come and change out your water inlet solenoids. that should fix it. The total fix should only be about 50 bucks in parts and the service call. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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The inner tub on some machines does rotate very slowly while filling to assist with the even distibution of the load. If the agitator is turning back & forth while in fill mode, you could have a timer or transmission problem. You need a tech.
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