Question about GE WCVH6260F Front Load Washer
Our 6-month old washer goes through the initial wash cycle but does not spin the excess water out at the end of cycles. Many minutes before the end, the Pause/Start button light starts flashing -> when pushed, the washer starts water flowing into the drum for many minutes but does not ever get to the spin cycle. I cleaned the filter next to the pump and got out some coins but nothing else. Water drains to the waste pipe OK. I do not see any error codes on the display. Please advise.
Luckkily I have the washer on a pedestal. No need for the boards or the wet vac. I just put a gallon jug under the drain. Drained out about 1 1/2 gallons of water. I pulled out throw rug reminents, 1.50 in quarters and dimes, hair band, rocks a plenty, a knife, and a lighter. I hope that was the problem and nothing serious was damaged.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 31, 2008
See the post for the WCVH6240F
catriver Solution #3
Worked for me - here it is
remove the bottom panel and right in front you will see the pump filter. Get a bucket and remove the filter cover, pull the strainer out and see if it's clogged with lint. If the pressure switch on these models detects too much water in the tub (which you wouldn't be able to see) it will not go into a high spin and do this slow tumble you are refering to. Check this first and see if it operates normally, Catriver...post back.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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