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Heidi Evans Posted on Mar 05, 2007
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Washer won't stop!

My washer has been saying "1 min" on the timer for over an hour now. I put this load in on a cycle supposed to last 1 hr, 13 mins, at 1:30 today and it is now 4:30 and the thing is still going. :( What's wrong?

  • Heidi Evans Mar 05, 2007

    All just as you said! Thanks very much! :):)

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Viv, hopefully it's just your filter thats clogged with lint and stuff. You will have to remove the front lower panel and the pump filter cover will be right in front. It just unscrews and pulls out. These models have a pressure switch that will not allow the machine to advance into high spin if it detects water in the tub. This is an easy job, just grab some towels and be ready for some water when the filter cover comes off. Clean out the stuff and see it fixes the problem..Catriver..post back.

  • jensiubutler Mar 27, 2011

    We had the same problem with our GE front load washer GCVH626. The filter had a child's sock. We tried another load after cleaning out the filter, but the washer stopped at 30 minutes, unlock and started to make a humming noise. Once again, we unplugged, took off the filter and nothing was blocking. What else could be wrong?

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