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GE Washer WCSR2090G3WW


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#1 Crosby

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Posted 22 August 2013 - 05:04 PM

I have a GE Washer model # WCSR2090G3WW; the reservoir on the side of the wash tub is full of gunk. It is affecting the operation of the pressure switch and at times causes the machine over fill and overflow. I have agitated the tub with bleach and water, removed the hose from the reservoir and reemed with a small screwdriver. this seemed to help but down the road I'm sure to have another overflow. My question is, can the reservoir be removed and cleaned? I'm afraid if I try to remove it I may damage it and the tub.

 

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Posted 22 August 2013 - 05:31 PM

  Nope, not removable. Try flushing with hot water and turkey baster or similar setup to get high pressure water through the hose connection. Otherwise, you must remove the basket to gain access to other side of this "air dome".

 

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Posted 22 August 2013 - 05:37 PM

Try cleaning it again, except use cascade dishwasher  detergent along with the hot water. Let it soak to loosen things up. And no, you can not remove the airdome.


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