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RejeanneReggiCaron

ge washer agitates but does not fill or spin

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Hello,

First my washer would not go into spin cycle. It would do everything else but spin. It would also continue through cycles without stopping unless you unplugged it. So, I checked the lid switch and that is okay. Then when I tried it again this time it also wouldn't fill with water or spin. No matter what I turn the knob to for the beginning of a cycle it goes right to agitate. I changed the timer (not cheap) and now it still only agitates with no water and still does not spin, but you can hear it try to drain. Can you help? Thank you.

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When starting a new topic, please be sure to include your complete model number. For model number help, please see this page. :blink:

also, sounds like a water level switch issue...check air dome and tube on side of tub for gookus and test pressure switch.

Edited by KurtiusInterupptus

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i also agree, place a flat screwdriver between the top and front of the machine approx 3 inches from the sides, press in with the blade and the front should fall foreward with a little help. remove the pressure tube from the left side of the tub and check for gucus right there. good luck

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i also agree, place a flat screwdriver between the top and front of the machine . .

depends on model number

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