Question about GE WBVH6240F Front Load Washer
My front loader is a ge model wbvh624fww it was interrupted on a 1 hr 20 min cycle at the 1 hr 14 min. point during cycle and now wont continue this cycle nor will it just reset and start over. i have unplugged, turned off fuse, done all we know to do and as soon as you turn it back on it goes straight to 1hr 14min and you push start and it just beeps at you. what can i do to make it reset and start new load?
Doesnt this model have the cancel button by the start button.......if so........switch on then hold cancel for 10 seconds...........
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: front load washer wcvh6260fww
The problem may the pump filter which is hidden behind the lower front panel. To access the filter, unscrew three screws at the bottom of the panel and carefully remove the lower front panel. Make sure to unplug the machine. With the panel removed you will see the pump filter. Get a bucket and some towels ready, because when you open the filter, you may get a gallon plus of water coming out. GE failed to put this in the use and care manual for the 6260. But low an behold, GE put an access door and explicit instructions on cleaning the pump filter in the updated 6400.
You may have burned out your washer pump. That is what happened to me. The machine would not drain or spin properly and so I kept pushing the blinking start/pause button to get it going again. Then it finally did not drain at all. I installed a new pump and with the cleaned filter, the machine worked like new. For some, simply cleaning the filter allows the pump to work properly. As the filter gets clogged the pump has to work harder and harder to pump out the water. When this happens the cycle times get extended . One symptom of a clogged filter is the final minute (spin cycle) takes much longer. Obviously this is a "design flaw" that GE "fixed" in the recent version of the 6260.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Removed hose connecting to water pump at tub. Removed clog (ink pen, coins, etc). Replaced and ran washer. Ran through all cycles - no leaking, no pausing of cycles. Problem is resolved.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
SOURCE: ge front load wcvh6600.
take the bottom panel off three screws and put your hand up where the door is located feeling blindly for a plastic latch....pull the latch to manually unlock door..... then with the door open unplug washer and wait 10 minutes...even if you have done this before this is different b/c the door will be open....still open plug back up and turn on..if the display comes on its the door lock...about $94.00 if no display its the panel board and that'a about $ 200.00...hope this helps too
Posted on May 29, 2010
When my washer did that, I found that the shocks that hold the tub were bad...
Check out this tip I wrote about that...
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Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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