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GE adora acting weird. GE adora whdvh626fww

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#1 penguin0456

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Posted 27 May 2015 - 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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Posted Yesterday, 12:36 PM

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Do you have the tech sheet to run diagnostics? Any error codes?

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Posted Yesterday, 12:49 PM

tech sheet 31-9135

 

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Posted Yesterday, 01:14 PM

Be sure to remove the lint filter and check the drain pump for restrictions and proper operation.



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Posted Yesterday, 09:38 PM

no error codes.

already checked the drain pump.

i do have the tech sheet also

and ran through pretty much every check and still didn't find anything convincing.



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Posted Yesterday, 09:58 PM

Did the pump start draining the water when it started to overflow or did you stop the washer during the fill?

 

Check the pressure switch hose that connects to the air chamber at the underside of the tub for any gunk buildup. Blow through the hose to clear any debris at the air chamber hose connection.



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Posted Today, 12:19 AM

i did the test in diagnostic mode and the  foam and overflow didn't seem to click over







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