Question about GE WJRR4170E Top Load Washer
Check level switch and hose from tub. if hose is in place on both ends and not blocked (common) then replace switch. with tub empty remove hose from switch and blow into it. if it blows thru then its not blocked.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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