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WCVH4800K0WW GE front loader washer dispenser stuck

GE dispenser stuck WCVH4800K0WW

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#1 mahacb

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Posted 28 October 2011 - 09:33 PM

Help! I have a fairly new (2 months) GE front loader washer and the detergent dispenser is stuck. I can't open it but a smidge. I ran it on the basket clean cycle with Tide cleaner and now it won't open. I think the liquid soap dispenser is stuck or something. Is there anyway to fix this without calling a repair service? In the meantime, can I put liquid HE detergent directly in the main compartment with the clothes? I have two young children and I really need to do some laundry!

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Posted 28 October 2011 - 10:15 PM

Yes, you can pour the detergent in the bottom of the wash basket before loading your clothes in it.
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