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GE Washing Machine GFWS3500L0WW ... Washer fills slowly · Washer leaking water · Washer won't start · Washer won't spin or agitate · Washer overflowing ...
Repair Help - Model Help Repairwww.searspartsdirect.com/ge/washer/model-gfws3500l0ww-repair.htmlRepair Symptoms for GE Washer Model #gfws3500l0ww. Shop Parts ... Slow or noagitation or spinning ... Not working at all ... Clean Washer cycle won't work.GE front load washer door latch Repairwww.appliance-repair-it.com/front-load-washer.htmlIf your GE front load washer has a door latch problem such as the door will not lock or... You should always use HE detergent on any front load washer. ... manually unlocking the door and pouring cold water into the tub then start a new cycle.GE Front Load Washer Service modewww.appliance-repair-it.com/GE-front-load-washer.html
Whirlpool Duet front-load washer F02 usually means it is taking over 8
minutes for the washer to sense that the rinse or wash water has
drained, which either means that the drain/filter is clogged or the
pressure switch/tube is clogged (causing both the washer to over-fill
with water and not sensing that water has drained).
To clear out
the drain/filter, tilt the washer backwards a little for easier to the
kick-plate and support the front bottom with a wood block or similar,
remove the front kick-plate's (3) retaining screws and swing the
kick-plate up out of the way. The filter drain is behind the white knob
in the center, be prepared with something to catch any remaining water
and lots of towels to soak up any spills, and turn the knob
counter-clockwise to remove the filter.
if it has to go in the rinse,,this means you have to put it in the fabric softner compartment of the dispencer,,,also do not fill pass mark fill line in dispencer or it will sphion down by itself before time..onthejob
The brand of your front loader is not that material on this issue. What is happening is that your old top load washer may have used as much as 45 gallons of water per cycle, while some front loaders use as little as 12. Because of the low water use, you must cut back on the additives you are using. Use only 1 tablespoon of HE detergent (even less if 2x or 3x detergent) per load. If you use fabric softener, use only 1 teaspoon per load. Odor on clothes after wash is indicating that the detergent and or softener has not been fully rinsed out. If you throw a load of washed towels into your machine and start a cycle without any soap, then stop the cycle, you should not see any suds. If you do, there is obviously soap left in the clothes. With bath towels, the towels are used to absorb clean water off a clean body. They do not need soap when you wash them, and never use fabric softener on towels.
I am having the same problem w/ our brand new front loader washer, it pauses constantly, and even when I can get the load to finish, I have to drain and spin atleast 3 x before I can even attempt to put in dryer, at this point it is taking me hours to do one load of laundry!!
Ugh-- Service man is coming tomorrow, so I will share what I learn...