Question about GE WDSR2080D Top Load Washer
Sounds like the water level switch is broken. Where is it and how do I replace it?
Washer will not turn off at any load size and overfills out the top of machine??? or water continues to fill into machine even after unit is done operating?
the first of the issues sounds like a water level issue, it located behind the console which is access by 3 screws across top of panel. before replacing switch check the clear plastic tubing going to it for any cracks or holes, and make sure its attached to the rear of tub properly. air pressure goes up that tube tripping off switch so check it first.
If the problem is the other scenario then you have a bad water inlet valve, in which case theres no servicing the part just replace it with a new inlet valve
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unable to control water level
Some water may have got into the pressure switch. Remove the pressure switch and see if you can shake any water out. Make sure the cables go back on the correct terminals. make sure the tub is empty when you refit the pressure switch, so no water is allowed to enter the pressure tube
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
SOURCE: water level switch won't turn
HELLO THERE AND WELCOME TO FIXYA:
tHERE ARE A FEW THINGS THAT YOU WILL WANT TO FIRST ENSURE
FIRST ENSURE THAT THE WATER IS ACTUALLY TURNING OFF AT THE INLET VALVES ON THE MACHINE IF THESE VALVES LEAK THE WATER WILL CONTINUE TO ENTER THE MACHINE AFTER IT IS FILING THIS IS THE MOST COMMON PROBLEM ON THESE
HOWEVER IF YOU HAVE ALREADY PINPOINTED THE WATER LEVEL SWITCH AS BEING FAULTY THEN YOU CAN REPLACE IT HERE IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE IN THE IMAGE BELOW BE ADVISED THAT THEPART MAY BE A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT THAN THE ACTUAL ONE ON YOUR UNIT SO I WILL POST A FEW OF THEM
TO REMOVE THE PART YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE THE COVER ON THE CONTROLE PANEL AND IT SHOULD EXPOSE THE TUBE THAT GOES FROM THE CONTROLE PANEL TO THE TUB WHERE THE PART IS
Posted on Dec 15, 2011
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