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Doug Hymas

Member Since 30 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Oct 06 2013 03:12 PM

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In Topic: very OLD GE washer model wwa3100GBLWH

30 July 2013 - 09:33 PM

There is a pressure hose that runs from the drum to the pressure switch inside the control head.  The hose is illustrated in as part #811 in the picture attached.  Check the hose for a complete connection to the drum.  Also inspect the hose for any leaks.  There should be a hose clamp where it connects to the drum.  You can remove it from the drum and blow air into it to check the line for leaks.  If the line checks out ok, the SWITCH ASM PRESSURE is bad Part # WH12X666 or WH12X722



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