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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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