Question about GE Washing Machines
Take the front panel off by using a putty knife to push in on the two clips at the top edge of the front panel. Now, pull the thin tube off from the left front side of the outer tub. Cut off about 1.5 inches of it and replace. Test. This tube tends to plug up right there. It's really best to just clean it out, as if the problem reoccurs, you will soon run out of tubing. I usually see this problem with machines which rarely, if ever, see regular liquid bleach used. To prevent this from happening again, fill machine to the lowest water level, using the hot water, and several cups of bleach (no clothes) and run a cycle through a couple times a year. Make sure to rinse machine before using with clothes again.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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