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Valve Triple Water

Part Number: AP4981011
MFG Part Number: WH13X10048
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Valve.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH13X10048 (AP4981011) replaces 1811529, AH3487312, EA3487312, PS3487312.

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The original valve for the cold water wasn't shutting off completely and would leak quite a bit after the wash cyle and again after the rinse cycle Betty B. • Vernon, NJ • May 31, 2014

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The water runs in very slowly, I checked to see if the screen filter were dirty as we use well water. However when I checked there were no washer screen filters at either end of the hoses. If dirt particles have gotten into the washer where to check first or a possible stopage ? Also the spin cycle is very short, like no more that a couple of minutes, is that normal? Washer is less than six months old and was installed by Home Depot.

Carroll for Model Number mod GTWN3000MOWS


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Just bought this washer last weekend! Cold water comes out good & strong when set to "cold", when set to "hot" water only comes out about half as much as cold, when set to "warm" water is still cold. Reversed hoses with reversed results. Should the flow be the same for both hot & cold? Thanks!

Bob for Model Number GLWN2800D1WS


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Water not coming in on cold side works only on hot. I have cleaned the filters, checked water hoses. Cold water hose work with out being hook to washer. So where do I go from here.

Marty for Model Number GE GTWN300


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I have the opposite problem of the previous question. My hot side is not working. Washer works fine on cold/cold and warm/cold but will not fill on hot/cold. I also switched the supply hoses and it washed with all hot. Could I just switch the leads on the valve to verify it is a bad valve vs. switch?

Jeff L for Model Number GTWN3000M1WS


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The washer has been working great and then last week it would not turn on hot water. I switched the hot and cold hoses after verifying there was water making it to the washer and the tank will fill and wash when I have the hot water selected. When it gets to the rinse cycle no water flows at all. You can hear the pump operating by no water gets to the tank, i.e., the washer still goes through its cycles. Could the problem be the triple water valve or is it something electronic on the control board causeing this?

Jim for Model Number GTWN3000MOWS


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