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Pressure Switch

Part Number: AP2045898
MFG Part Number: WH12X10069
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Switch.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH12X10069 (AP2045898) replaces 771434, AH269794, EA269794, PS269794, WH12X1006.

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We have always run full loads. Lately when filling a full load, the water level overfills, surpassing it's previous high water mark and begins draining onto the floor under the washer out the overflow tube. Initially I thought it was likely the water inlet valve, but my wife tells me that if she dials back the load size to ~3/4 of a full load everything is fine. With that info I was advised on this site to replace the pressure switch (part # APC5898). So I did. But that didn't fix it. A full load still overfills onto the floor. I tracked down the other end of the small tube that connects to the pressure switch. It connects to a rectangular protrusion on the outside of the wash tub. While the washer was filling, I disconnected this hose from the tub and and blew into it. Water shuts off. When I stop blowing into the tube, filling continues. This further suggests that the pressure switch and water inlet valve are functioning correctly. So, why does a 'full load' overfill, then overflow but lesser load sizes fill and run fine? Thanks

Karl D. for Model Number WPSQ4160T6ww

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So here's the deal. I have pretty much run exclusively full loads in the washer. Lately the washer overflows onto the flow underneath. Initially I thought it was likely the water inlet valve. But my wife tells me that if she dials back the load size to ~3/4 of a full load everything is fine. With that info, I was advised by who ever I talked to on this site to replace the pressure switch. (part # AP2045898) so I did. But that didn't fix it. I tacked down the other end of the hose that goes into this switch. I connects to a rectangular protrusion on the wash tub. While the washer was filling I disconnected this hose and blew into it. Water shuts off. when I stop blowing into the tube, filling continues. This further suggests the pressure switch is fine, and there is some other culprit. Can anyone provide me with some clues? Thanks, Karl

Karl D for Model Number WPSQ4160T6WW

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