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    • Part Number: AP2045895
    • MFG Part Number: WH12X10065
    • Made by: GE
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Does this part fit into Gibson Combo Machine?

Amrit L for Model Number MET1041ZAS6

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GE import model to rep of Panama. All wash levels are low, but rinse/soak level is almost nothing (2 liters or so). Looked at water level switch - no adjustment on it. Is it the water level switch, timer or USA saving water regulations??

Rodney C for Model Number gcwp1000moww

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I am replacing my water level switch. Before I put the washer back together, I wanted to clean the air dome on the side of the tub. Can it be removed or what is my best option?

Nick for Model Number S1070a5ww

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Water level control works very hard from low to mid level, good to high and good back to low level. Counter cloockwise it works fine.

Jim for Model Number maytag mvwc3oov

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My washer will not fill with water instead it goes straight into the agitate cycle. What should I look for?

Christopher for Model Number s2100g3ww

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The washer does not stop filling with water and overflows. What parts would be needed to fix this?

Lori for Model Number VBSR3100B0WW

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We recently purchased a "Pure Wash" system that does not use the hot water. So we turned the hot water off at the machine. When the "PureWash" system failed and we tried to switch it back, the hot water would not stop running until we again shut the valve off.

Patricia Meyer for Model Number MAH5500BWW

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Just this past month, GE washer has been leaking. The water fills up too much, but it doesn't come out the top. Instead it fills up just a little too much and when the agitation cycle begins watcher will run out the overflow tube and drip into the bottom of the washer and then onto the floor. I unclogged the pressure switch tube, and cut the ends to get a tighter fit. The pressure switch will work when I lightly blow into it. The problem is still continuing and if you all could help me I would appreciate it.

James

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Hello I recently came home to a basement full of water and found it to be my washer not stopping filling. Upon inspection I found the two front damper straps broke and the hose to the pressure switch not connected. I replaced all 4 straps and reconnected the hose. Ran it once empty with no problems. I was just wondering if I should replace the pressure switch or just assume the the loose tub dislodged the hose causing my problem. Thanks

Mike for Model Number WDSR2080D6WW

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Is there a way to increase the water levels on my washer? It never seems to have enough water to wash the clothes properly.

David G for Model Number GE Poefile top loading washer

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