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No spin when your on spin it sounds like the pump comes in for a split second then the cycle jumps to the end

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  • neil higgy Feb 29, 2008

    thankyou for the advise the pump is free and there is no blockage , tried rinsing the water goes in , the second the motor starts to turn the cycle jumps to the end ,could this be a program fault ?

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Open the bottom access panel , 3 screws on bottom . open the large filter access and look for debris,
it will dump some water on you. have towels/pan ready.

check the pump impellers that they turn freely.
reassemble ,
check under the rubber gasket in tub to be certain no clothing or objects got there.
run it on rinse and see that he water drains.
also the exit hose needs to be higher than the washer exit if on a pedestal.
do you get any error?

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

  • Karl Whisenand
    Karl Whisenand Feb 29, 2008

    its not likely a program fault.
    if the drum does not turn then the belt is slipping or it may be that the carbon brushes on the motor are worn out.
    these are not items you can easily fix.
    you should be seeing a flashing error on the display.
    I was going to look up the manual for this unit but don't have enough info on the model.
    http://www.geappliances.com/service_and_...

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