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    • Part Number: AP3884122
    • MFG Part Number: WH10X10006
    • Made by: GE
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When I put clothing into the washer, it agitates and spins slowly during the rinse and spin cycles but does not spin up to high speed. If I run a cycle without clothing it spins up properly. I put the machine into service mode and ran the diagnostics tests with nothing in the tub. Everything seemed to work properly including the pump test and spin tests which went up to the highest speeds. There were no error codes. The door seems to lock properly. I can hear the solenoid click, the panel says the door is locked, and I can’t open the door. Is there a way that I can test the lock with an ohm meter or something to verify that the door lock is not the problem? What voltage should be going up to the main board telling it that the door is locked? Is there an out of balance sensor that would prevent it from spinning up? The tub seems to wiggle around very easily although I don’t know what normal movement is supposed to be. The cabinet rear cover has a drive shaft dent it in where the machine apparently ran while out of balance. The two suspension springs above the tub are intact. The three shock absorbers that I could see seemed to be okay, although I don’t know how to test them. I will look again now that I know it is supposed to have four shocks. If there is not out of balance sensor, this is a moot point. Do you have any ideas how to get it to spin up when it is loaded? Thanks for your help, Mel

Mel for Model Number GE front load Washer WPDH8900J0MG

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hello. my front loading washer will not lock. It is possible that there is a piece now missing from the actual mechanism that may engage from the door to the body of the washer. I looked up a possible part resembling a lock and all I found was the complete lock for $125.... might I be mistaken that something looks as if it may have fallen off? Thanks.

Carla for Model Number WBVH6240FWW

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My washer door stays locked. It wont unlock and the door is open. So I cant run a load.

David for Model Number Frontload ge hydro heated

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When we turn on the machine & start a cycle. The door locks, drum spins a little one way, then a little the other, no water comes in, then the door promptly unlocks & the timer continues to count down with the door locking and unlocking throughout. When the power button is pressed during this "non-cycle" the door locks, the drain pump turns on and runs a bit (no water to drain), then turns off & the door unlocks. We have checked all the water inlets and the drain pump for any blockages & found none. We have run the built in diagnostic tests which ensured that the the motor was working & the machine could fill and empty water. The error code that keeps re-occurring is E61, which points to the door lock or the main board. I have removed the door lock and it looks fine, good connections and all. How do I determine which is the culprit?

Peter for Model Number WBVH5200J0WW

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When the washer is started the door latch clicks and it says locked and then it will click and say unlocked until you push in and hold door until it clicks again and it will usually start. Do you think it is the latch and is it hard to change. I am very good at fixing my own appliances so am willing to give it a shot.

Jake D for Model Number GE Profile

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Update 11/29/2012 the door lock is 125 dollars. I wasn't going to spend that . My washer would not run at all, so got to reading what could be wrong. Eveything pointed to the door lock. I took it apart, it was easy. The only thing that was wrong with it was the relay connectors were corroded. Took a peice of emory board and lightly sanded them put it back together and it worked!!!! Saved about a $140 for about 10 mins work.

Grant for Model Number ge front load washer model wbvh5100hww

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This GE frontload works great, but everytime you run a load and try to start another, the start button just beeps twice and doesn't start until you unplug the washer and plug it back in. As long as you unplug/re-plug it starts/runs great. Is this more likely the lid lock or CPU? Thanks, Steve

Steve for Model Number WBVH6240FWW

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GE front loading washer WBVH5200J0WW, stops between each cycle and door unlocks and start button is blinking. Push the start button the next cycle completes and stops, must push the start button to continue after every cycle. Have checked pump filter, drain hose, and water delivery systems, hose screen and pumps all working correctly. Checked error codes the only code reported was E22.

B.m. for Model Number WBVH5200J0WW

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Last night I replaced the door boot seal and now when I push the start button the door doesn't lock. So the machine doesn't fill with water. I didn't unplug the door latch to install the door boot seal but it did have a lot of "crud" built up on it. Apparently from the bad door boot seal. it was ripped al the way around. I did notice the black plunger doesn't click when I push it. Does the machine need to have laundry in it for the machine to work/ fill? I tried to run it empty for a test. When I hit the start button shouldn't the door lock? How can I test the door lock assembly? Thanks in advance.

Brian for Model Number WBVH6240FOWW

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Seems the washer doesn't know that the door is closed or it just doesn't lock. The unit beeps like the door is open no other error codes. Is it hard to replace the door lock where can I find directions to remove?

John for Model Number wbvh5100hww

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