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Frigidaire Gallery only spins on drain and spin cycles.

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Front loading Frigidaire gallery will not drain and spin on regular cycles. The appliance only drains and spins when switched to drain cycle.

Washer fills up, and stops working.

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There was a service bulletin on this... something about all these Gallery units built without a model number would only spin on drain cycle.  The solution was to post the model number when asking for help at Appliantology.  

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Thanks for the response, the model number is: GTLF2940ES0.

 

Sorry.


Thanks for the response, the model number is: GTLF2940ES0.

 

Sorry.

GLTF2940ES0

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so if you run a full regular cycle you are left with a tub full of water or just soggy clothes?

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On regular cycle the tub stays full, it will not drain unless you switch it over to the drain/spin cycle.

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I'm wondering if you have that stupid catch cup in the tub to pump hose loaded up with junk. The draining may be so slow the pump is not able to empty the washer in the time allowed during the spin cycle, but when you run it through another spin cycle  its able to get the rest of the water out so it can spin.

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Something of the sort, 2 quarters wedged in near the impeller. Thanks for the tip!

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