Question about GE Washing Machines
Water level switch has a (pressure) hose that is about the same diameter of a drinking straw.Its attached to the water level switch and may of come off. To make 100% sure its not just the pressure hose thats come off,you need to check and see first.Remove the front console so you can look and see if the hose is firmly attached.If not attach it.If it is attached,try moving up to make a better contact.Fill washer one more time on small wash setting.If the water continues past the "small" fill level drain all the water out and replace the level pressure switch.It is leaking air causing the problem.
Posted on May 25, 2008
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