Recently bought a house. Washer dryer is included. In the GE washer, WHDSR315D5WW, the knob for "temperature" and "Load Size" were missing. After getting the knobs, I realized, even the switch, On which these knobs can be placed, is missing as well. Do I have to replace the complete board for those? Washer otherwise works fine. If I need to replace the board, what is the part number? Thanks.
Answer Hello Anil! No, you'll need to replace the switches themselves. The temperature switch is part number WH12X10498 and the water level size switch is part number WH12X10076. In the case you need it, the timer to select each setting is part number WH12X10254. Thanks!
Washer fill's with water, it washes and drains but does not rinse. Then it will not fill with water after that.
Answer Hello Rogelio. You will need to check and see if the cold water valve is bad and is not working on the unit. If so, it will cause the issue you are having with the unit. Make sure the screens are not clogged on the unit as well.
Please send instructions on how to take knobs off to install board. I saw a video that shows to use string or wire. What about the shafts? Please
Answer Hello John,
We would not have instructions for removing knobs. The knobs would just pull straight off. The shaft would stay on the board.
Washer will not go into the spin cycle. Repairman stated that the inverter may need replaced.
Answer Hello Kathy. If the inverter is bad, you will need to order and replace the motor WH20X10058 on the unit.
When changing from wash cycle to spin, my machine makes a hard thumping noise. I took the front panel off and watched it during all of this. It tries to agitate and spin at the same time for a few seconds. Do I need a new control assembly or are there other problems?
I found a service bulletin addressing the issue of agitation and spinning at the same time. It states to replace the mode shifter WH38X10017 and the motor WH20X10058. The motor has replacement recommendations determined by the part number listed on the old motor label. These part numbers seem to be the latest cross.
When I push the start button, the wash doesn't start.
Answer Hello Frank. I would remove the control panel and make sure the assembly which holds the actual switch hasn't dropped out of it's clips. Many times all it takes is to simply "snap" it back in. If this isn't the case, the switch will have to be replaced. It looks like on this model that the switch is on the control so the control WH12X10404 would have to be replaced. Have a great day!