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I need your help with a reacurring problem with our GE washers. They are overflowing when set on extra large

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Old 11-13-2007, 06:23 AM
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I need your help with a reacurring problem with our GE washers. They are overflowing when set on extra large and spilling water all over the floor. I have tested the pressure switch for continuity and blown on the tube to litsen for the proper clicks, the fill valves for both the hot and cold are good also. I have moved 3 to 4 washers over the last week and this is getting old really fast. Do anyone have any suggestions on this or is there any access to tech advice from GE to remedy this problem.

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