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GE washer machine errors

GE CODES ERRORS  E 22 No fill or slow fill make sure that both water deliver valves behind the washer are fully open. In iciness, check the fill lines for freezing. Test the drain machine for a siphon trouble. If the water inlet valve meeting is defective, replace it. Water inlet valve assembly . This is a common the Ge codes errors. E 23 Washer overfilled with water. Unplug the washer and. The washer is overfilled with water, take a look at the water inlet...

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Washer Won’t Drain

Washer Won’t Drain The parts or conditions listed below if the washer won’t drain   are ordered from most to least likely to occur. Dryer repair Miami and Broward. Cause 1 – Drain Pump Small items or clothing can become trapped in the drain pump. To see whether the drain pump is being obstructed, remove the drain pump and check it obstructions. If there are no obstruction, but the drain pump still makes noises mid-cycle, then you must replace it. This is the main cause if the...

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Washer Won’t Agitate

Washer Won’t Agitate The parts or conditions listed below if washer won’t agitate  are ordered from most to least likely to occur. Dryer repair Miami and Broward. Cause 1 – Agitator Repair Kit If the washer won’t agitate, the problem can be solved by replacing the agitator repair kit, which contains the agitator components that are most likely to become damaged. If any of the parts are worn out or otherwise damaged, then you must replace this kit. This the first possibility...

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Washer is Making Loud Noise

Washer is Making Loud Noise The parts or conditions listed below if washer is making loud noise  are ordered from most to least likely to occur. Dryer repair Miami and Broward. Cause 1 – Rear Drum with Bearing The rear drum has bearings in it that help the inner tub spin without difficulty. The washer can become very noisy if the tub bearing system is defective. The bearings are sold separately from the rear drum on some washers. We recommend replacing both the outer drum and bearing if...

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Refrigerator Water Dispenser Not Working

Refrigerator Water Dispenser Not Working The parts or condition listed below for the symptom Refrigerator water dispenser not working are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur Cause 1 – Water tube on the door is frozen. To determine if the water supply tube is frozen; unplug it from the lower side of the door, and blow into it to check if it not obstructed. If the air does not pass, it’s a good indicator that the water supply tube is frozen.  If the water supply is frozen,...

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Refrigerator not defrosting

Refrigerator not defrosting The parts or conditions listed below for the symptom Refrigerator not defrosting are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur.   Cause 1 – Defrost control board. The defrost control board determines how often the defrost cycle is run. If the board is faulty, the refrigerator will not enter the defrost cycle. Before replacing the defrost control board, make sure the heater and the defrosting thermostat are functioning correctly. If they are, it’s...

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Refrigerator not cooling

Refrigerator not cooling The part (s) or condition (s) listed below for the symptom Refrigerator not cooling are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur Cause 1 – Condenser coils are dirty Condenser coils are usually located on the back or the bottom of the refrigerator; they dissipate heat as refrigerant liquid passes thru them. If condenser coils are dirty, they will not dissipate heat properly. As residues and dust gather in the coils, the refrigerator gets less efficient;...

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Refrigerator Leaking Water

Refrigerator Leaking Water The part (s) or condition (s) listed below for the symptom Refrigerator leaking water  are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur Cause 1 – Refrigerator defrost drain clogged or frozen If the refrigerator defrost drain is clogged or frozen, water will fill the defrost drain and spill to the end of the compartment eventually spilling on to the floor. Check the defrost drain to determine if it’s obstructed or frozen. If the defrost drain is frozen,...

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Refrigerator Ice Dispenser Not Working

 Refrigerator Ice Dispenser Not Working The parts or conditions listed below for the symptom. Refrigerator ice dispenser not working are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur Cause 1 – Dispenser control board The dispenser control board controls most functions on the dispenser system. If the Dispenser control board is faulty, power supply to the entire dispenser system may be compromised. Only one element on the dispenser system is not working, test all other elements before...

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Refrigerator Freezer is Cold But Refrigerator is Warm

Refrigerator Freezer is Cold But Refrigerator is Warm The part(s) or condition(s) listed below for the symptom Refrigerator Freezer is cold but refrigerator is Warm are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur Cause 1 – Evaporator coils are frozen. Defrost heater assembly turns on and off several times during the day to melt any frost that may have been accumulated in the evaporator coils. If the defrost heater assembly is faulty, frost will continue to accumulate in the...

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