Model #WCCB1030H3WC GE Commercial Washers

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GE W2050D2050JWC and WCCB1030H3WC both fill with minimal ( 5 - 1-% of tub capacity) during rinse before spinning. Is this normal or do I have a problem?

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I did some research for you on both models but was not able to find an answer for you. Your expert will be able to help give you a detailed answer to help you. It may take 24-48 hours. I do hope that everything goes well.

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Marc -
September 05, 2012
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Thanks for visiting our website. We should be able to help you resolve this problem with those washers. I looked at the technical information on the model WCCB1030H3WC. I suspect that the other model number is similar (WCCD2050JWC). Based on that WCCD2050JWC model number, I found the mini manual (tech sheet) for that washer. The wiring diagram and timer chart are shown in the first image below with the circuit for the rinse fill (actually a spray rinse) traced in red. The rinse cycle in this washer uses a timed spray instead of a deep fill that the wash cycle uses. The actual water level encountered in the rinse cycle will depend on the water pressure and water flow rate that is available to the washer. The rinse water valve (circled in the second image) will open for about 1 minute. That rinse water valve is designed to provide a controlled spray over the clothes and not provide a deep fill. That is why you will not see the same water level in the rinse portion of the cycle that you see in the wash cycle. There is no specification provided for the rinse water level. As noted above, it will depend on the water pressure and water flow provided to the washer through the cold water supply line. There is no practical way to alter that spray rinse system. You can try to maximize the water flow through the cold water supply path by following these tips:

  1. Make sure that the cold water supply faucet for the washer is fully open.
  2. Increase the regulated cold water supply pressure to the system if possible.
  3. Make sure that the fill hose is not kinked.
  4. Check the cold inlet water valve screen (circled in the third image) on the back of the washer for deposits or clogs. That screen must be kept clear to maximize water flow in the rinse portion of the cycle.
If that water flow path is clear and you followed the above tips, then the water being used in that rinse cycle may be normal for that model of washer. If the water valve is buzzing for 1 minute in the rinse cycle during those times indicated on the timer chart then the timer is operating properly. There is a chance that you have a problem with that valve assembly (part WH13X10026) if the water flow in these 2 washers is significantly less than it is in identical models that you have. In that situation, replacing the water valve assembly will probably fix your problem. You can order that valve assembly from this page: Triple Water Valve for GE Commercial Washer WCCB1030H3WC and WCCD2050JWC . Be sure that you unplug the washer before accessing and replacing that water valve. The 4th image below shows the basic procedure for accessing and replacing that water valve. That image shows a slightly different model of washer but that basic procedure should work for your washer. Let us know if you need more help with at process.

I hope that this information helps you resolve that problem. Don't hesitate to reply with additional details if you need more assistance.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 07, 2012
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Here is the 4th image.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 07, 2012
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