Model #WDSR2080DAWW Ge residential washers

  • Controls & Backsplash
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  • Cabinet, Cover & Front Panel
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  • Tub, Basket & Agitator
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  • Suspension, Pump & Drive Components
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Question and Answers

Q:

Why does my GE top load washer keep overflowing only on the super level?

A:

Several different problems could prevent your washer from overfilling. You could have a solenoid water valve that is sticking open. If the washer continues to fill even when the washer is agitating or when the washer is unplugged, then your failure is likely in one of the water valves.

You could have a problem with the air dome that is molded to the tub where the air pressure hose connects. Debris or plastic flashing in this area could be causing your intermittent fill problem. If air pressure is not properly transmitted to the pressure switch from the tub through the air pressure tube, then the washer will keep filling.

There is a slight possibility that you could still have a problem with the pressure switch.

A timer problem should not be causing this failure.

An intermittent problem can be hard to diagnose properly. If the washer starts overfilling and is not agitating, disconnect electrical power to see if the water flow stops. If it does stop, then you have a problem with the pressure switch, the air dome or the air pressure tube. If the filling does not stop, then you will need to replace the water valve assembly.

If the washer is agitating and filling, then your likely failure is in the fill valves.

If you need more help with this problem, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician

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