Question about GE G.e. Gtwn4950lws He Top Load Washer
Ok let's try this post again. My GE HE washer is,let's say, not so hot as it is. I bought it about 1.5 years ago and over that time have been told the fill level is gonna be low and that is normal(from the place I bought the unit. Well the other day after yet another load that had to be washed a second time (before you ask correct load and cycle and all that) to be clean, I decided to try something to if possible to test my theory that although the machine is designed to be low water maybe it is set too low ( assuming there is some setting either physical or computer driven). when the machine filled to it's level and swithced to agitate I added two buckets ( about 4 gallons) of water to the load. all went well and walla, the load came out cleaner than ever. I will say it the laundry looks like it was in a street brawl and was twisted but not as much. Unfortunately the company that sold me the pair of machines does not sell appliance any more ( Boscovs) so I'm stuck there. Does anyone know if there is a setting to set the water level that a service man can change? Is it possible my machine is set too low? If there is such a setting I'll get a repair guy out but don't want to wais $100 bucks to be told this is normal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try replacing your water selenoid coming in. remember it isnt a mechanical timer it is a computerized timer, so if the selenoid isnt the problem, it might be the computerized timer. computers are very finicky, pain in the a- -!
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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