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Re: ge he fl washer vbvh624of
Peace Friend, ngafm At your service!
You did nothing to cause this! Things wear out! So is life! Sounds like the coupling between the transmission and the agitator is broken!
Only a trained laundry tech can make the electronic diagnoses.
How old is the washer?Sounds old!
If the appliance is 10 years old or more you it may not be advisable to put good money into bad! New appliances are so much more efficient today that they can save you a lot of money in energy!!!! Water,Electric and detergent! And put money back in your pocket! The new appliance will pay for itself in only a few years!
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On GE's site they have the following.
Side by side refrigerators:
The usual evidence of a clogged drain in a side by side is the discovery of ice under the bottom basket in the freezer compartment, in addition to a puddle of water on the floor when it runs out the freezer door. Some side-by-side models have the defrost drain hole located on the back wall of the freezer, just up from where the floor slopes up to the back, in the center. In some models it is behind a plastic panel held in place by a screw. Remove screw and panel, and the drain hole will be visible.
Flush out the drain hole with a solution of 1 tsp. baking soda and 2 cups of hot tap water in a meat/turkey (bulb) baster. When clear, you will hear water running down into the drain pan below.
A Whirlpool Master Tech replied to a similar question on their site with the following.
"You will need to remove everything from the freezer and then remove the rear interior wall to gain access to the drain hole ."
If the inlet valve works to bring in water to the drum and still the washer does not start then the water level sensor can be defective.
You need to check on the voltage on the timer controller unit to confirm if there is a output even after the water fills up. also check the door switch , if open the washer will not start.
ck the drain in the back of freezer . it may be pluged and when it goes into defrost cycle you get about a cup of water on the floor . if there ice on bottom of freezer then the drain is iced over . some models require a drain heater to prevent this . mm hope this helps ..
look for a drain in bottom as it may be pluged with algi or ice . clean it with hot water in a turkey baster . when drain is cleared the water will stop leaking .. some model's require a drain heater to prevent it from doing it again .. mm
sounds like your water pump is blocked check to see if you have a lint trap usually front or side of washer under a cover remove this and check for foreign objects if you don't have one check water pump itself if all clear may have faulty water pump or control replace or call repair man hope this helps
Check under the base, the tube must be clear to the water tray, often there is a rubber flow restrictor, this either perishes or blockes, either way remove it, defrost over night and then turn back on, should then work ok within 24hrs.