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You have a vertical modular washer. And it keeps flashing because there was an error detected by the control board. Is it washing your clothes properly? Or is it leaving your clothes wet when cycle is completed?
https://www.ifixit.com/.../Cycle+light+flashes,+but+machine+wont+... iFixitIf this pin breaks off, the washer will not recognize that the door has be. ... Whatever cycle I choose, the light just flashes and holding the start button does nothing. ... I don't seem to have a black pin....the normal wash button just keeps flashing ...
www.doityourself.com/.../386041-ge-washer-start-button-flashing.html Apr 6, 2009 - GE Washer Start Button flashing will not start Model WPRB8050D1WW, tried holding start button in for 5-10 seconds, did the unplug for 30 ...
follow the steps and fix it. USE the VOM . God bless you Check Power
Check the outlet by plugging an appliance into the same outlet the
washer was plugged into an running the appliance a hair dryer works good
for this it will draw some amperage. If it works fine move on.
To check the control remove the top panel and then remove the console to
access the wiring to the control. Find the wire feeding the control
from the main power cord. If you cannot visually see this refer to the
tech sheet or service manual. Connect voltmeter to the 2 wires feeding
the control if it is recieving power and it does not respond replace the control
I would think the lid would unlock once you unplugged the machine. Check your owner's manual for any kind of "emergency reset" procedure. Perhaps the lock mechanism is jammed. Have you tried pressing on the lid or tapping it to see if that frees the lock?
I just had this problem! To get the clothes out, open door manually (follow answers on other threads here about opening toe panel and gently pulling down on door release). But as it turned out, I didn't need to remove the clothes, and now my washer is working again.
A local repairman gave me this advice over the phone. Make sure dial is switched to off. Unplug your machine, then plug it back in. Hold down the rinse and delay buttons with one hand. With the other hand, switch the dial from off to cold or warm or whatever cycle you want. All the buttons flash a few times, then just the start button flashes. The second time I tried this, my washer worked afterwards. I've done several loads today with no problem.
remove bottom panel open pump port and ck for foreign objects lean washer toward rear wall this will help help keep water toward rear and reduce flooding floor might try opening door first and dipping out as much water as possible with bottom panel removed reach up to lock area there is a tear shaped plastic peace pull it down to release door