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Please help, today I replaced the flood hose (AP2046588), and flood gasket (AP2044901) to my GE washer, during agitating, water

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Old 03-05-2012, 11:57 AM
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Model Number: WBB4500G1WW   Brand: GE   Age: 5 - 10 years   

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Please help, today I replaced the flood hose (AP2046588), and flood gasket (AP2044901) to my GE washer, during agitating, water still come out and flooded my floor, I don't know what else I need to replace to avoid anymore spilling out of the hose, any suggestion or ideas will be greatly appreciated.


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Please help, today I replaced the flood hose (AP2046588), and flood gasket (AP2044901) to my GE washer, during agitating, water still come out and flooded my floor, I don't know what else I need to replace to avoid anymore spilling out of the hose, any suggestion or ideas will be greatly appreciated.
Liang,
A couple of things to check, Make sure the Flood hose head gasket(inside the tub) is seated and facing down , properly. and the connections are tight. Make sure the tub cover gasket and cover are seated properly and clipped doen tightly and check to insure the washer is not overfilling,
disconnect the air dome hose from the water level switch and blow into it to clear any possible debris.

You're sure the leak is from the left rear corner of the tub assembly, and not from the fill valve or a damaged tub seal ?

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Please help, today I replaced the flood hose (AP2046588), and flood gasket (AP2044901) to my GE washer, during agitating, water still come out and flooded my floor, I don't know what else I need to replace to avoid anymore spilling out of the hose, any suggestion or ideas will be greatly appreciated.
Hello Liang. I would first check the water valve, here is how, turn the unit on like you are going to do a load , when the water begins to come in , just unplug the unit, does water continue to come in ? if so you will need to replace the water valve. the next thing that comes to mind is the pressure switch, and the hose that goes to it, if that hose has a hole in it ? this will cause the unit to overflow as well, I would need a model # to give you the exact part numbers for this , If you would like to check that and get back to us we will gladly help you with those numbers , thank you and good luck !
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Hello Gary, I did try the water valve test, the water did stop immediately when I unplug the washer, the pressure switch and hose you describing I am not sure what to look for, the model is GE WBB4500G1WW, thanks for the quick reply.
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Hello Gary, I did try the water valve test, the water did stop immediately when I unplug the washer, the pressure switch and hose you describing I am not sure what to look for, the model is GE WBB4500G1WW, thanks for the quick reply.
Check for a pin hole or a very small crack , sometimes mice will nibble on the hoses looking for water or something soft to chew on
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