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scrybbler

Member Since 20 Aug 2012
Offline Last Active Jun 15 2013 11:00 AM

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In Topic: GE wssh300g0ww: door clicks, then dishonorable beeping

22 August 2012 - 08:45 PM

Ohhh that's the Frigidaire tech sheet! That makes a lot more sense. Okay, time to try a new door thinger.

Actually I'm going to try cleaning the old one first, too, just for yuks.

To be honest I enjoyed this opportunity to get re-acquainted with my backup washing machine, a Wonderwash. It does a load in five minutes using 1.5 gallons of hot water... and my reeking running socks came out smelling like a summer breeze. No electricity and the machine costs less than the door latch assembly on the GE washer, ha ha. Too bad it can't do a huge load.

anyhow thanks all for the help!!

In Topic: GE wssh300g0ww: door clicks, then dishonorable beeping

21 August 2012 - 11:55 PM

Thanks, jb8103! It's very flattering to be appreciated! Although I mostly write about videogames, not appliances, ha ha.

Well, videogames on the side, and cloud servers, bedroom decor, furniture rental, ride-on toys, and whatever else to pay the mortgage.

As for Google, you can also punch in "site:appliantology.org" as part of a search and it'll restrict results to stuff on this site. But I was too lazy to do that... and also Google doesn't always index (i.e., bother to keep records on) every page of large sites.

BTW, any ideas about why the tech sheet seems to be describing a totally different unit? :D I mean, there's no Drain/Spin position, no Program knob, no start position, and no 9 clicks on any knob. I was hoping to find a tech sheet inside the washer, but no such luck.

In Topic: GE wssh300g0ww: door clicks, then dishonorable beeping

21 August 2012 - 02:02 AM

Thank you, Sensei Lucid!

Yes, it is indeed an E41. Any ideas about why the tech sheet seems to be describing a totally different unit? I'm enclosing a photo of the unit for your amusement.

Good to know about the search. Ignore the whinging of the initiates! Now that I know your search secret I am content.

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