Veronica Estall: This was exactly the problem .....thank you very much !!!!!!!
Al Kydah: Thanks bro! Was gonna go buy one, saved me some beer money! My hose came off from the drum so thanks for showing that part.
Rudy Sanchez: thank you for the video, great help, got me of a pickle.
Aaron Pauwels: I was able to blow air through the hose but is the bottom of the hose that is connected to that box looking this in the tub supposed to have a black looking house in side it. also that did not fix the problem
Aaron Pauwels: did all that but washer still filling and not stoping
gilberto cuebas: Thanks for the video, it helped me fix my machine.
Lutzie: Terrific Video. Black gunk in the bottom of the pressure hose. Doubt I would have found that on my own. Didn't want to call a repair guy (not my style) and most definitely didn't want to buy a new machine. Thanks!!!!
Altair Ibn-La Ahad: Thank you for this. The tub end of the hose was full of moldy black gunk. Cleaned it out with a straw cleaning brush, slapped it back on, and fired it up. Works like a champ again. I already replaced the bad timer a year ago and didn't want to have to throw it out and spend $500 on a new one right before christmas.
Chien-sheng Tsai: My problem is that on the GE washer does stop filling, but on Super-sized load, there seems to be too much water in the tub, and the soapy water comes out of the overflow tube (which runs from the top down the side of the tub) and rests on the bottom of the washer. How to adjust the level of water for Super-sized load, to lower the level?
Coolkiller5877: Thank you so much for this video - our problem turned out to be that the hose was clogged but figured that out from the comments on here - Thank you
ziggy72170: ( Heck Yah !! Don'tca just love YouTube )... My washer started over-flowing last night. Mad as hell, i was ! Didn't have money for a new washer .. Got on YouTube here,, "Watched this Video" !!. And BAM,, Problem solved !!! Thanks canyonman1963. Thanks YouTube.
Ebay Sales Channel: I checked mine and it was attached correctly at both ends. Checked the tube and switch and they are working correctly but the machine still overfills. The small rectangular box on the side of the tub where the tube is attached remains full of water and does not appear to drain, is that the problem? If so, how do I clear it? Thanks.
Perry L: Yep mine was plugged , running first load now and all seems OK .... Thanks
jerry jr leverson: GE washer do not fill after wash
Alexandre de Boucherville: Thank you so much for this video. the medical tubing was broken,so that was the problem on our machine.
jan moore: want to thank you so much for the helpful info you gave luckily it turned out to be clogged hose but I got her fixed with out taking hammer to it, cause I had just replaced pump on it then it did this little number so once again thank you
GmGarlo: My hose for the hot side is leaking , i had to remove it , my question is , can i set the dial for cold wash and get a wash done with just the hose for the cold connected, or will it not run? Need a fast wash until store opens tomorrow.
FlamingOwl: The little box, on the side of the washer tub that the pressure switch hose connects to, it is to have water in it? Thanks
bigreddoggy55: Just wanna add a 3/32 allen will work on the torx screws.. My torx were at me job.. I work on elevators and escalators... Thanks so much Fred... Have a drink on me brother... No fun cleaning up water.. God Bless you!!
GmGarlo: my 15 year old kenmore has a puddle of water on the floor , cleaned it up and another puddle a few hours later. this is happening without doing a wash, iturned off the hot and cold valve and no more puddle. its not leaking at the connection to the washer , so what should i troubleshoot next, would like your advice , thanks.
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