Posted earlier on appliance newsgroup witn no answers.
Overflows in wash cycle. GE repair says change detergent. Did so
several times and still overflows.
Daughters have same machine and water softeners and have no problems.
My guess is water level in sump is too high.
Is there a water level adjustment in this model?
Is this model any good?
Most washers have a water input valve and another water level type float to
shut the water off at the right level. It is not ajustable that I know of but
the level switch may be faulty. If the inlet valve was faulty the water would
never shut off.
Thank you for kind reply. It is overflowing from the sump during wash
cycle, definitely not from underneath. Two daughters have same model
with same water softeners and have no overflow problems. Seems like
little control of water level if it is on timer rather than old style
mechanical level control. Surely each home has a different water
Is the timer for water level adjustable?
Best and thank you,
Seamus j. Wilson
Sure, fill valve will work with incomming pressure of 20-100 PSIG.
Lower pressure fills will fill for the whole amount of time, higher
pressure fills will stop filling once the water level control lifts up
to shut the power off for the fill valve.
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