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I just purchased a new GE washer. I have washed several loads of clothing, but now it will not agitate. I have tried different settings, unplugged the washer and waited two minutes, which is what the manual suggested. The washer will go into the rinse cycle, however, it will not spin the clothes.

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Sounds like you have a motor inverter problem or a blown fuse on the washer if it is new call ge for service @ 1-800-386-1215

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