Why is my GE washer stuck on spin cycle?
If you have a GE washer that’s stuck on its spin cycle, you’ll need to reset the machine. This is because the appliance is full of water during this cycle, and merely turning off the washer will leave it filled with water. This would require you to bail out the water manually.
How do you fix a washer that won’t stop spinning?
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Quote from Youtube video: Make sure the lid is closed all the way. Most machines won't spin if the lid isn't completely closed that is not the cause the timer could be broken.
How do you reset the spin cycle on a GE washing machine?
Motor Reset Procedure:
- Unplug the washer for 1 minute from the electrical outlet.
- Plug the washer back in and lift and lower the lid 6 times within a 12 second period. You have 30 seconds to start lifting and lowering the lid. …
- The motor has now been reset and is ready for you to start a cycle.
Why does my washer spin so long?
A washer that continuously takes too long to wash may have a malfunctioning load sense system, or greater problems with its control panel. There may also be issues with your water inlet valve, which pulls water into the appliance for each cycle.