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New Hotpoint washer purchased Nov.2010.....Problem 1. Fills, agitates and "drains" NO SPINNING this cycle. #2. Rinse fills with ONLY ABOUT 6-7 gallons of water, agitates about 10-15 seconds then drains and spins water out. Clothes are soapy. Clothes are soapy and tear from lack of enough water while agitating. Only use 1/2 of recommended liguid detergent. Is this normal???

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May have a bad pressure fill switch and thats the reason not filling all the way have you tried on different load sizes... if this is a top load unit need to check the fill hose that goes from side of tub to pressure switch in console make sure has no cracks or kinks in it... what happens is water fills tub and then pressure from tub water goes up clear plastic hose to pressure switch to tell it to advance to next cycle... may be your culprit. and causing other problems... as far as clothes tearing beware hotpoint had a issue with there tubs coming loose the nut that holds down tub will back off causing exess movement and will allow clothes to get under unit... this unit should be still under mfd warranty... call g.e and get a servicer out there to look at it.. at worst you may have to pay a service charge but parts should be covered along with labor.... good luck pleae vote./...
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  • mellow60s Jan 08, 2011

    Store exchanged washer with one that fills at rinse..and spins. At that time I discovered "New government laws have recently been passed to only allow 6-7 gallons of water to enter the machine. Recommends (forcing)the public to only purchase only FRONT LOADERS! Welcome to future "Soap rashes and allegies". And one more comment while I am here...Those Water saver toilets (mandated by government) have to be flushed 2-3 times to prevnt overflow so ...How does that save water??

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