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SADLY WITHOUT SEEING YOUR SETUP I CAN NOT GUESS WHAT MIGHT BE WRONG OTHER THAN THE CONTROL BOARD .THO THE DRAIN OUTLET MUST BE AT LEAST AS TALL AS THE MACHINE IS AND IF IT IS NOT THEN IT QUITE POSSIBLY IS JUST PLAIN SIPHONING THE WATER OUT

GE Washing... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019


CHECK SCREENS IN THE HOSES FIRST , THEN REPLACE THE INLET VALVES

GE Washing... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


If it's atill under warranty, use it! Call their customer service and tell them what's going on, I bet it's under warranty still and if not they're still extremely likely to help you out! But it sounds like it's overheating and cutting off, by it I mean the motor that turns the drum that your clothes/water/etc. are in. When these electric motors overheat they'll turn off automatically as a safety precaution as to avoid damaging the motor permanently. Once it shuts off, sometimes they'll come back on and work for a while and then just overheat again- it's a vicious "cycle"! Sorry for the corny humor but I couldn't resist. This is common amongst other things like vehicles(fuel pumps & ignition modules are famous for this), many electronics including an iPhone shuts down when overheated until it's cooled down enough to operate safely but it'll overheat again- it's a part failing but holding on for dear life and it's fate is certain. It's possible this could be a simple sensor, call the experts at GE Customer Suppourt, they'll help you troubleshot the issue and get it resolved once and for all, best of luck!
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GE Washing... | Answered on Mar 31, 2019


You can go online to searspartsdirect.com and enter your model #. You should be able to find part description, price and part #. Google part #. Should be able to find pretty cheap

GE Washing... | Answered on Mar 29, 2019


Hello !
Possibly, the transmission belt under the dish grill fell.

GE Washing... | Answered on Mar 28, 2019


there could be a fuse in the control board that you can look at
other than that get in a technician as the unit could be damaged from the power surge

GE Washing... | Answered on Mar 27, 2019


Most US-sold washers made after the mid 1980s don't have lint filters. The manufacturers weasel-word around it by saying that the lint "goes down the drain", leading people to optimistically assume that there is a self-cleaning filter in there somewhere. There usually isn't and whatever lint doesn't go down the drain is filtered by your cloths (but whatever does might clog your septic system). As a result of this scam, it's much harder to hang-dry or iron-dry clothes that haven't been hand washed. And, if you think spending $2000 on a pair of matched "front-load" style machines will solve this, you might be wrong; many of those washers still have no lint filter.

GE WBSR3140DW... | Answered on Mar 25, 2019


do you need just the hub or do you also need the basket...I can sell you a hub.. let me know

GE Profile... | Answered on Mar 19, 2019

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