Question about GE WPRB9220C Top Load Washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: water doesn't stop filling tub
water not stopping filling is the pressure switch its a long thin tube that goes from the bottom of drum to the front top about the thickness of a pencil this needs taking off clearing through and checking for pin holes then refitting this should solve water problem
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
I have a 2005 model GE washer that would overfill only on SUPER size load. After looking around on the web, then inside the machine, I checked the tube from the tub to the switch, no problem there. Then I found an adjustment screw on the load size selector / pressure switch (all one piece). I moved it one turn clockwise, then ran a test cycle. I got lucky on the first try... no more overflow, the water comes up just above the top holes in the tub. I hope this will help others.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
sounds like to much water check diaphram switch this controls the amont of water taken in this is not normal operation also check that the drum dampers are working ok or have not come adrift, when empty if you was to push the drum back and forth you should feel quite a bit of resistance if it moves easly then i would check the dampers
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Actually it is kind of a float but the proper name for what your looking for is the water level pressure switch. Without a make and model number I can not show you where it is but on the majority of all models top and front loading it is in the top area of the unit. Most pressure switches that are the manaul select type are inside the control panel and have a small 1/8 inch line connected to the diaphram side.
Reasons for over filling are
1. the pressue swicth is bad (stuck) or defective contacts
2. the 1'8 inch line has become disconnected or has a hole in it due to chaffing somewhere inside the unit.
This should give you an idea of where to look and what to do but for a more detailed description of the location I need a make and model number.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
SOURCE: My kenmore washing machine mod.
the pressure switch underneath the control panel is bad it is a pressure switch and will have a plastic hose connected to it along with some wires
Posted on May 22, 2011
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