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Switch Pressure

Part Number: AP2045937
MFG Part Number: WH12X10108
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 WH12X10108 (AP2045937) replaces 824429, AH269834, EA269834, PS269834.

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Washer runs through wash and rinse cycles fine but when it goes into final spin it starts to spin momentarily and goes back into rinse mode. It does not refill however and will not spin out the clothes. After resetting to spin only, it will spin dry. I've checked out the pressure switch by removing one end of the hose during spin cycle which causes it to return to rinse cycle. What is the proper way to check the pressure switch? Does this sound like a timer control problem?

Gene E for Model Number WKSE6280B2WW

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I am having the same issue as above where the larger loads will overflow. How do I replace this part? It seems to be part of the control panel and it seems to be part of the top assembly. Any thoughts?

Smitty for Model Number WHDRE526E1WW

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Washer fills and run normal on small, medium, large settings, but on ex. large and super it overfills and spills on the floor. Could this be from the switch pressure?

Scot for Model Number wsre5260d1ww

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I have a washer that fills, agitates but then fails to drain. One mechanic friend tells me it is likely the "timer", but I don't see that as a "part." Any thoughts?

Darrell

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