Water Leaking
GE Washer
 




Learn How To Fix A Water Leaking GE Washer 



If your problem is a water leaking GE washer, check the videos below to see how to fix it. Make sure to watch the videos a few times before starting to do the repairs




Taking It Apart

To fix a water leaking GE washer, the first thing that you need to learn before you try to fix it, is how to take it apart and how to put it back together properly. Once you know how to dismantle the washer, the repairs becomes easier to do.

If you need to check the timer, the water temperature switch, the water level switch, or the motor speed switch. You need just to open the controls panel. If you need to check the motor, the pump, the clutch, or the transmission. Then you need to open the controls panel and remove the top and front panels.

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The Fill Hoses

If the washer drips water to the floor during the fill cycle, you need to check the fill hoses to make sure that the problem is not a bad fill hose. If the hoses are old, the best thing to do is to replace them with new ones. You should always shut the water faucets off when not using the washer to avoid a hose breaking and flooding the floor.




The Water Valve

The water valve is another area that the water could escape from. Check for pin holes or cracks on the body of the water valve. Also check the threads on the water valve. Sometimes when the hoses are threaded on the valve the threads get crisscross and get damaged. 

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The Water Pump

Cracks or pin holes in the body of the pump will cause the pump to leak water out. To check it out remove the front panel of the washer, start the washer on a wash cycle and let it work out. Check to see if any water is leaking out of the pump.

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Pump Hoses

Another parts to check are the hoses that connect to the tub and the pump. Old hoses tend to dry out and develop cracks that the water could leak out from. Check the hoses with the tub full of water and also check the hoses clamps.




Tub Seal

This seal is used to seal the tub and the transmission shaft. With time and age the seal gets more rigid and cant stop the water from dripping between the tub and the transmission shaft. If that is the case, you will need to replace it. Check the videos below to see how to take care of a leaking water GE washer.

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You will need to make sure to watch the videos a few times until you know how to fix a water leaking GE washer. Never assume that a part is bad without checking it and make sure it is bad before replacing it.

Another thing that you need to do is to learn how to check, remove and install the parts before starting to buy replacement parts.

Make sure that the company that you buy parts from give you a good return guarantee in case that you may need to return any parts.

WE recommend  Repair Clinic  for their 365 days return guarantee

Also take the purchase slip and the old part and put them in the box of the new part so in case you need to return any parts you will know where the box and the slip are.

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