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Member Since 16 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active Mar 11 2013 05:48 PM

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In Topic: GE Top Load Washer WDRR2500K1WW

11 February 2013 - 06:06 PM

The washer was running through a wash cycle at the time. It evidently did not stop filling and overflowed the tub. The customer was home at the time.


Does GE have a technical bulletin detailing proper cleaning procedure of this cavity? Does the use of fabric softeners or any other additive cause this to accelerate clogging? The cavity was cleaned a year ago and the pressure line was replaced at that time.

In Topic: GE Top Load Washer WDRR2500K1WW

08 February 2013 - 01:22 PM

  Remove the front panel and check the air chamber on the lower left side of the tub for gunk buildup. Also remove the hose from the chamber and check it for gunk. Clean out if necessary. If this is ok, check the hose for cracks/splits/kinks all the way up to the pressure switch. If ok, I would just replace the pressure switch.




There is gunk in the air chamber and a reddish color substance in the line immediately out of the air chamber.


How do you clean the gunk in the air chamber? It does not look like it is removeable.

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