Question about GE WPGT9360EPL Top Load Washer
Wow that is a wild one you have there. This one don't have a belt or a tranny. They mount a big old copper stator on the base of the machine and made the tub the rotor. LOL Uses a solenoid to shift from wash to spin and 3 phase dc power inverter with artificial intel to make it do what it do. So what can make this freight train jump the track? Too much dang soap. This machine does 2 thing amigo. Saves energy and water. Very little water is circulated continuously over the clothes. If the wrong soap or too much soap is in there then the motor is gonna bog down , the artificial intel is gonna overwork the motor making it run hot, the won't go away the motor has a melt down and art intel kills everything declares an error and dies. Another thing you could check is if the tub is locked up or too many clothes is in there. Too few clothes in there, lets see what else? No telling till you diagnose this puppy. What you is gonna need to do is use the manual to aid you in fixing this bad boy. Let me see what I got. GE Profile Service Manual. Let me know.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
Ok, not totally farmiliar with your machine, but all work similar to each other. Switch the washer off and pull plug for 1 min. Plug back in again. Unit should have reset itself. Switch power back on and see if you can get washer to spin manually. If you can then it should also drain. Take note if those 2 items are working correctly. If you have no control ( not responding when you switch on, ),then your board is faulty. Ive seen it many times before.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
The unit is till with life as the display works to indicate a relative issue.
So lets start by thinking that there is loss of input to the controller to proceed further.
So the fault has occurred during the wash cycle, So let us think that the wash was going on as the controller allowed the inlet valve to fill, the water level sensor to confirm the level and allow the controller to start the motor.
Now midway the action requires a drain and fill. Could it be that the drain valve/ drain pump being defective.?
I think you can check on this by looking from under the washer.
Put off the washer for about 30 minutes and switch on. If the cycle moves again then this can be the reason. but if there is no action in the motor drive, then it is possible that the controller has some error.
We might have to suspect the controller if there is no action.
Check out motor drive, spindle movement to finalise our test.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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