GE Hotpoint Front Serviceable Washer

If the problem with your GE washer is that is not doing anything in any of the cycles, in other words the washer is dead; the problem could be a bad power cord.

Disconnect the cord from the wall outlet, and examine the cord plug to make sure is not broken or burned.

Open the controls panel and disconnect the cord from the wire harness.

Set your multimeter on the lower scale to read ohms.

Take a reading for continuity on the cord.

To see how to check & replace the cord, view the video below

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Cord        Multimeter

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