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#1 penguin0456

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Posted Today, 04:35 PM

so i have a GE Adora that is acting quiet odd and has got me stumped. At first when i would hit start cycle and washer would lock, then do a few tumbles. then it would unlock, lock add water and then do nothing.... add some more water and still just sit there. I did a bunch of checks to see if the inverter was working or if there was burnt out sensors. found nothing that was conclusive. so i let it sit a few days and then i tried working on it again and it just started working!!  But now its acting like the pressure switch is faulty and is overflowing, as such i am completely confused now.



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