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Ge prodigy wpse4270aoww won't rinse or spin

Washer will fill, agitate, but won't rinse, empty, or spin. It just sits there and hums. Got a solution?

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  • Anonymous May 10, 2008

    same model wpse4270 washer rinse cycle is ok but start spin and stop after half minut and humming noise.

  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    washer will fill with water then it will just sit and hum until it gets to the drain cycle.

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If basket wont spin, remove front hatch by inserting spackel knife to trip spring latch on both sides,then check the belt for wear & tear.factory length is 29.5 " time will stretch them out, resulting in broken belt.check behind control panel hatch for diagram of machine for exact location of belt also can be downloaded online.
I hope this helps.ie overloading machine will shorten belt life.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

Try to clean out the water pump lines from pump to out to the drain

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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