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General electric Washer gtup270em0ww

I have general electric washer gtup270em0ww, it's not keeping the water when i start it, the water comes out all the time. Can anyone show me the part i should change? Or any way to fix it?,, thanks

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    aiwodniw12 Jul 12, 2021

    Stay away from GE (owner by Chinese firm Haier) and Samsung. Whirlpool, Maytag, and Kitchen Aide (along with Jenn Air and Amana) are ALL the same company. Many parts and components are the same across the different brands and models. I'd go for the $450 Amana if it were me. Soon the Speed Queen brigade will arrive, down vote me and tell you to buy a terribly over priced speed queen, but do your due diligence, see what consumer reports has to say. Besides the cheap Amana (all these brands machines tend to last less than 7 years), the LGs tend to get good marks.https://kodi.software/ .https://nox.uno/

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    ADMIN Canada Jul 12, 2021

    Older Speed Queens were made in Louisville, Kentucky. And aiwodniw12, you only appear to be here to Spam, so any advice is seriously undermined.

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Pumping out or leaking out?

There are various rubber connectors underneath and they can perish and leak. There is a trick. slide a piece of paper under it. Switch on and after a minute, pull the paper out. It will give you a rough idea where the leak is, front, back, left or right. Then pull the machine out, and tilt it safely against the wall, get someone to hold it and look with a flashlight for the area where the wet patch on the paper was.

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The information provided is general. For information specific to your washer please resubmit the question, including the model number.

The "F" is at the beginning of all error codes. This indicates the a Fault has taken place. The second number or letter indicates what the Fault is.

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