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Jvc  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, November 18, 2020 5:43:58 PM(UTC)
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I have a GE high-efficiency top load washer. The drain motor went bad and I replaced it After replacing The pump I ran a drain & spin cycle. The machine drained & started to spin. After a few seconds the spin stopped and the end message popped up. I tried the reset opening the lid 6 times with no luck. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Joe
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Jvc  
#2 Posted : Thursday, November 19, 2020 8:32:45 AM(UTC)
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I wanted to post some more info. Last night after I finished replacing the drain pump I quickly put up this post and looking back I saw that I gave very little info. Here is some more detail.

I have a GE washer model GTW680BSJ3WS. It stopped draining properly. I did find that if I tapped the pump it would run and drain. I was actually able to get the machine to drain a load and spin it. I ordered a motor and replaced it. After I replaced I put some water into the machine and started a drain and spin cycle. The machine drained all of the water and started to spin. I think that I stopped the cycle by pressing the pause button then the power button. I then put the machine back in place and ran a load. I started another drain and spin cycle. The machine drained all of the water, started to spin and then 5 seconds later the message END would display and the drum would come to a stop. I am pretty sure that I did something when I was working on the machine. Any thoughts of what I should look for?

I appreciate any info and help.
Jvc  
#3 Posted : Thursday, November 19, 2020 3:41:56 PM(UTC)
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Thank you to everyone who read my post. I did find the problem. One of the wires had pulled out of the motor. It looked like it was ok until I started removing the motor and then I saw it. I’m surprised the motor ran at all.

Again thank you to everyone in this forum it has helped at lot in the past.

Joe
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