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Author Topic: GE Front Load - WBVH6240F0WW  (Read 474 times)

Offline shookaka

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GE Front Load - WBVH6240F0WW
« on: June 22, 2022, 07:44:26 PM »

Trying to figure out why my washer is stopping mid-cycle, roughly 3 times during speed cycle.

During the cycle everything seems to work, fills with water, spins, drains, adds detergent, adds fabric softner

Went through the Service Mode:
  • t02 - had some old codes, so I cleared it out, the remaining one was Sticky Keys
  • t04 LED And Buttons Test Mode - no problems, all LED/Buttons work
  • t05 Water Pump Test Mode - acted like it worked, every other cycle it drained just fine
  • t06 Water Lever Control Test Mode - made it through the cycles "E" -> "F" -> "nL" -> it kept filling and filling and never reaching the "oF" level cause it got all the way to the top and it started leaking through the front door so I had to stop the test. This is the only time I've ever seen it leak through the front
  • t09 Cold Water Valve Test Mode - filled with cold water
  • t10 Tumble Test - worked
  • t11 Spin Test - worked
  • t12 Dispenser Motor Test Mode - everything looked to work
  • t14 Spin Spin Ramp Test Mode - worked

After running these tests, I believe its the Water Level Control that is causing the issue, but I am also unable to find what the part is that needs replaced.

Offline shookaka

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Re: GE Front Load - WBVH6240F0WW
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2022, 10:37:30 AM »
I did replace the "GE Washer Water Level Pressure Switch" and that didn't fix the issue. My next guess would probably be door lock mechanism even though the door is locking properly but I'm running out of ideas on what to check.

The inlets are letting water in during an actual wash and during the diagnostic testing.

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Re: GE Front Load - WBVH6240F0WW
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2022, 01:04:20 PM »
I usually use the Speed Wash cycle.

It'll pause itself 4 different times throughout the cycle. Then afterwards I'll do a "Drain & Spin" cycle and it goes all the way through without pausing.