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MY GE WASHER MODEL GJXRP080 IS NOT DRAINING/PUMPING OUT THE WATER. I STRNGLY SUSPECT THAT THERE IS A BLOKAGE. PLEASE EXPLAIN STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM.

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My 7-year GE washer (can't locate the model #) won't stop turning & running water, what could be the problem? Thank you

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