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GE Adora WHDVH626FWW only runs in Rinse and Spin

GE Adora WHDVH626FWW rinse and spin no water wont run

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#1 8thborn

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 03:41 PM

First, I really need a service manual for the GE Adora Frotn loader.  She's been working fine (other than I am on my third door seal), but yesterday it went all crazy.  When you start a cycle (pick one, except for rinse and spin which seems to work) it does the usual door lock, pump any remaining water, then when it starts to fill you get about 3 seconds of water before it stops and just sits there like a crack head on the street corner who's done one too many.  It may take the privilage of strting the pump which will not shut off until you remove the electron supply from the wall (good thing it's not wireless).

 

So, I here rumors about this place of trouble codes and service manuals.  I have reluctlanty stole ten dollars from my oldest to give to the appliance gods for some hope of a substantial return on the investment.  His girlfriend should appreciate the investment since he'll show up in clean clothes.



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Posted 23 December 2012 - 04:27 PM

check the Error Codes & Service Test Modes

listed near the end of the manual

http://appliantology...nt-load-washer/


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Posted 24 December 2012 - 11:38 AM

Well, it seems to be stuck in the rinse and spin cycle.  I can run the cycle, it clears out the display, I unplug for 30 seconds, I plug back in and as sson as I hit the signal button to enter the test mode it goes into the rinse and spin cycle so when I hit the delay button it sets a delay time.  The only way i have found to clear the cycle is to run it (pressing the on/off button does not work), but rinse and spin is the only cycle that will run.

 

You know I just replaced the controller on my Jennair a few days ago, there may be something to this Mayan calender thing.



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Posted 24 December 2012 - 02:12 PM

then when it starts to fill you get about 3 seconds of water before it stops and just sits there 

 

Water inlet valve may be failing under load.  Check for voltage to valve when it stops filling.  If you're still getting voltage but no fill, the replace the fill valve.  

 

Using the manual that Reg sent you, put the machine into service mode and see if it will fill properly then. 

 

Also, be sure to check the air pressure hose for pin holes or chaffing.  An impaired hose will make this machine do all kinds of weird things ==> http://www.repaircli...mber=WHDVH626FW

 

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Watch this video for more on that:

 



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Posted 30 December 2012 - 02:01 AM

So... what happened on this one?



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Posted 30 December 2012 - 10:42 AM

Could the user interface have a stuck button...rinse and spin?


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