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Pressure Switch

Part Number: AP4362884
MFG Part Number: WH12X10390
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 WH12X10390 (AP4362884) replaces 1475746, AH2340043, EA2340043, PS2340043.

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Washer Stops right when water stops filling on the initial start of cycle, 57 min. left on the normal cycle. It only does it on warm wash. If you use hot or cold only it will run just fine. when it's filling on the warm cycle, i pulled open the drawer for the detergent, and the water was to hot to touch. Is it not getting enough cold water. and why only on the warm setting.

Mike S for Model Number GE GFWS3500LOWW


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Any of the cycles start fine, can hear the valve turn on, water flows in. Problem is, it doesn't turn off at all during the entire cycle. Including when it is draining and trying to spin. If I turn the water off at the valve, then the system drains and once the water is gone, can reach the right revolution in order to drain the clothes. But, if I turn the water back on, it'll start to fill again. Once the machine is off, or the cycle end is reached, the valve closes and no more water flow. I'm thinking it's the pressure switch, since I can't seem to find anything wrong with the hose itself, nor the valves. I do the maintenance on a regular basis and have checked the screens on the inlet side of the valves for blockages. The system drains properly when the cycle turns it on, and everything seems fine except for the continuous water flow.

Jason Krueger for Model Number GFWH2400LWW


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