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GE washer Not aggitating Just started!


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#1 kwagner_51

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Posted 04 November 2005 - 07:22 AM

I have a GE washer Serial # WWSE6260B2WW It will be 2 yrs old in Feb. It has an electronic control panel that I have to reset every once in a while. [I just unplug it for about a minute.]

 

Anyway, I washed my nursing uniforms this AM and then my daughter washed her sweatshirts and a thong. We found all the clothes, but the aggitator will not move!! The washer just hums.

 

I tried to turn the tub by hand and it won't budge. I was able to get the washer to spin and heard the trainny kick in. The pump works. Thetop part of the aggitator its self is a little loose but the bottom part will NOT move!!. I was thinking there might be some underwear or socks stuck under it but can't get the aggitator out to see.

Any advise?

 

Thanks!

 

Karen RN



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#2 kwagner_51

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Posted 04 November 2005 - 10:46 AM

Never mind. It works now!! My husband just turned all the knobs several times and now it works. It may have been that or the fact that I unplugged it or???

 

Thanks for reading this and if you have any other ideas, let me know!!

 

Thanks!!

 

Karen RN



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Posted 04 November 2005 - 01:39 PM

I think that was a fortuitous coinkidink. You're looking at either and imminent motor or transmission failure.




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