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    • Part Number: AP3861119
    • MFG Part Number: WH13X10024
    • Made by: GE
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My washer will not fill or rinse with cold water(the water just dribbles out). It works in the warm wash/warm rinse mode but the water is hot i.e. no cold water mixing. Do you think this could be a problem with the water inlet valve?

Pete for Model Number YWSR4100V1WW

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Water in washer won't shut off even when unplugged. Assuming it is the inlet valve, however, water continues to flow in even when the hot/cold water shutoff valves are shut off on the wall. Question: should water continue to flow into washer even after the wall valves are shut off? The wall shutoff valves were replaced in 2012 when new washer was put in.

Becky for Model Number GTWN4250MWS

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The video to change the water inlet valve does not match my washer how do I get to the water valve ?

Tim for Model Number wlrr5000goww

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My GE washer occasionally overfills and floods the floor. I replaced the fill level switch, cleaned the port on the side of the tub, checked the tube up to the switch and the problem recurred. I then replaced the timer and the problem recurred. I am now contemplating replacing the inlet valves. Are there any other causes that you can suggest? Thanks

Doug for Model Number wwsr3090TAWW

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The hot water wont run. The valve is fine as well as the hose. The cold water works fine. What could the problem be?

Fred E. for Model Number whdsr315daww

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Hello, I replaced the water valve on washer because water kept dripping in tub after wash, worked fine for about 30 days, now dripping, and leakage has returned, seems to be worse, leaks during cycles when its suppose to be off. question is, could the new part I put on be bad part, or is there another part that needs replacing. getting ready to return valve where purchased and replace again. Thanks Mark

Mark C for Model Number GE WHDSR417D0WW

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Water keeps running in washer. What is causing this and how can I fix it?

Bobby for Model Number wbxr1060t2aa

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Thank you for straighten up the wiring color for the hot and cold water connection. Now I think I am getting closer to describing the real problem. The basic functions of the washer seem to work well. For instance, the water fills in, the agitator works, it drains and spins. The problem is, I have to manually trigger each function. In other words, I started the washing cycle, the water filled the tub, the agitator worked and kept working for a long time without advancing to the next stage. I had to push the knob in, to stop and twisted it to rinse/spin and pulled it up to restart. It then stayed in rinse (not even advancing to spin unless I manually move the dial again). Help please. Thanks again. sam8

SAM8 for Model Number GE WCSR2090DGWW

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Thank you so much for your answers to my previous questions. About the hot wire and cold wire in your answer, is the red connector which is connected to the cold water inlet now, the hot wire? If so, I need to swap them then, right? Thanks again.

SAM8 for Model Number WCSR2090DGWW

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1. Timer knob when depressed, the teeth engaged and the knob can be turned normally with clicking noise. When the knob is pulled up (to start the cycle), it can be spun freely, is this normal? 2. The water inlet valve has 2 electrical connectors, one in red plastic and the other white. Facing the front of the machine, the diagram stated that the hot water is on the left and the cold water is on the right. However, the red electrical connector is connected to the cold water inlet and the white to the hot inlet, does it matter which wire goes where? Thank you.

SAM8 for Model Number GE washer Model: WCSR2090DGWW

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