Question about GE Washing Machines
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
The fine filters should not be removed from the inlet pipes; they are there to protect the workings and, providing they are checked/cleared occasionally, will not restrict water flow.
I think your problem is being caused by a malfunctioning water control valve- the hot water one, if the washer is hot and cold fill and the cold rinses are OK, and the cold one if it is just cold fill!
Sorry but it needs replacing and a service call to confirm that it is not something else ;-0(
Sometimes washers take much longer for the wash cycle because the heating element is caked with limescale and is inefficient (with electricity). A good thing to do (anyway), with the machine empty and switched off, is to pour the contents of a couple of sachets of limescale remover into the tub together with a couple of kettles of hot water and leave overnight. In the morning run a spin cycle which will take the mix through the drain filter and motor, doing absolutely no harm whatsoever!
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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