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Old 05-28-2011, 06:30 AM
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Someone posted a thread i read and mine is doing the same exact thing.I turn it on the door locks then it unlocks then locks again rotates twice one way then twice the other then stops and counts down. I read about resetting the control panel and i cant get into test mode did singal delay start twice nothing tried singal -extra rinse still nothing any ideas would be app.The model is GE front loader WBVH5200J2WW it is 3 yrs old. the thread i read had worked after resetting panel thats what i am trying to do praying it will work i do not want to go to the laundry mat again we are a family of 6 it is not fun. Thanks for any help. John

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GE will not release tech info on there machines so we have only limited knowledge. I do not know of any way to re-set the controls. You do have to re-program the control unit when you replace it, that may be what you read about.

However, there should be some tech info inside the lower service panel which may describe a procedure. It sounds like, though, that your control unit has failed if it will not go into diagnostic model.
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Old 05-29-2011, 01:04 PM
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Turned dial to model # T05 hit pause button then start to reset it stays on P it is supposed to return to T01 but it wont does that mean the panel needs to be replaced,I am going to try it again from the beginning but back to same issue cant get it to T01 again got to try again. Thanks Sid fink 43 for help. John
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Yep, I think a new control will fix the problem but you will have to go ahead and replace it to be sure. It is an expensive part so if you buy from this site and the part does not fix the problem you can return it, see the returns policy for conditions and details.

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