Question about GE 3.9 DOE cu. ft. Stainless Steel Capacity Washer GTWN2800DWW
The top load washer is leaking from a white hose near the drum.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pull the washer foward, tilt back against the wall and look under it.... look where the water pump connects to the motor shaft... check for rust etc.... if so replace pump....
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
Check the easy stuff first, fill hoses tight?- drain hose cracked?
Failing those checks, cut a piece of cardboard slightly smaller than the size of your washer. Slip the cardboard under the washer and run a short load. Look carefully at the water mark on the cardboard. The mark on the cardboard the water leak will leave, will help you tell from which side or front to back the leak is common from. This will help point you in the correct direction to look for the trouble maker
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: TOP LOADING WASHER leaking water
Check the pump and the inlet valves. The pump is located behind the drain line, and the two inlet valves are located in behind the knobs up top and can be removed by removing two screws up top and then removing the screws on the back side
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: Intermittent water on floor
Check the inlet valve hoses, even if inlet is at the back, the water may drip down and flow on the front part on the machine.
There you also have the PUMP, a faulty pump may leak intermittently.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2009
SOURCE: Top load WWA8364VKLWH. Cold
If you haven't removed the cold water hose from the washer's connector, you may be in luck.
The valve assembly very often has a cone-shaped screen inserted into the assembly that is prone to clogging.
Before having a 'whole house' filter, this was a regular task and could be easily done with an old toothbrush.
If there is no screen or trapped particles, the mixing valve assembly itself can fail. These are poorly made but cheap and easy to replace when faulty. Most are held in place with a single screw and have two or three leads connected with 'quick-disconnect' type terminals. Part of the back of the washer must be removed but that too involves normally only a half-dozen or so sheet metal screws.
Once the rear of the machine is accessible, it is only about a 15-20 minute job.
The part itself is used widely in many machines so could be available from dealers (with service offered) or from appliance parts companies.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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