I have a 2009 GE GCVH6400J1WW front load washer. It will not finish a full wash cycle. It fills, drains and stops. If a drain and Spin cycle is selected, it completes as per normal. I have pulled and cleaned the drain and filter, no change. Any ideas?
Type of Appliance: Washer
Drain pipe and filter removed and cleaned. Door lock assembly removed, inspected and reinstalled. Still won't run a full cycle, but seems to have no issues with the High speed spin cycle if selected by itself
Hello and thank you for using this service. Ok you have to run it on the test mode and test everything to see if you have something else going on with it. Make sure to do the T10 test for tumble to see if it works. Here is a link to the service manual go to page 51-53 for the testing.CLICK HEREPlease click Accept and a smiley face as to how I assisted you today....tips are appreciated. Thanks
Sorry, it took so long to get back to you.. Been busy to say the least. I am getting an Error 22. I have checked the hoses, screens.. no issues. Being as though it seems it's filling way to much, I thought it had to be a problem with the Vac line or the Pressure switch. I just replaced the switch, and no change.
The E22 code means:Fill timeout - No f ll/slow fi llFill time exceeds8 minutes.Ensure manual water supply valves are fully open.Inspect inlet hoses for kinks/obstructions.Inspect water valve screens for restriction.Check water valve functions - t08 for hot water, t09for cold water.If above steps do not clear the problem replace solenoidwater valve.Now if the fill valve is workiong and you have replaced the pressure switch, there may be an issue with the main control board. The main board reads the pressure switch and if it is not reading it correctly you may need that control.
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That is what the manual said. Were it a no or a slow fill, the drum would not be full as far as half way up the door.
Test 08 and t09 were not able to be ran on the machine under test mode. It simply just beeps and nothing more
Sorry I must have missed your comment about the main control board. I was leaning in that direction myself.. I was just hoping there may have been a "cheaper" option that I may be overlooking
No problem if you have checked the valve and pressure switch that only leaves the board. You can also make sure the wiring from the pressure switch to the board is good.
I took apart the board, checked the wiring. Didn't seem anything out of place on the CCT board, I was hoping to find a toasted resistor or maybe a cap. Would you know of any component to blow on the cct board more so than others? I have an electronics background and am no stranger to soldering or component replacement.
No there is nothing that has come up as far as bad components on that particular board on any tech sheets or forums...like some other machines...sorry.