Just this past month, GE washer has been leaking. The water fills up too much, but it doesn't come out the top. Instead it fills up just a little too much and when the agitation cycle begins watcher will run out the overflow tube and drip into the bottom of the washer and then onto the floor. I unclogged the pressure switch tube, and cut the ends to get a tighter fit. The pressure switch will work when I lightly blow into it. The problem is still continuing and if you all could help me I would appreciate it.
ANSWER Hello James. The flood gasket on the unit is bad and will need to be replaced.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, June 17, 2013