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GE Washer Overflowing

WBXR1060T2WW

The part(s) or condition(s) listed below for the symptom Washer overflowing are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur. Check or test each item, starting with the items at the top of the page.

Most Frequent Causes for Washer overflowing

Cause 1Water Inlet Valve

Try shutting off power to the washer while the machine is filling with water. If the washer continues to fill with water even when it is not getting power, this indicates that the water inlet valve is defective. If the water inlet valve is defective, replace it.

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Water Inlet Valve for your GEWashing Machine
Water Inlet Valve - Part # 1159233 Mfg Part # WH13X10024

Washer water inlet valve. If the washer does not fill or fills slowly then the water inlet valve may be defective. We do not recommend taking apart water valves to clean them as the risk of failure and water leaking is increased

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Cause 2Pressure Switch

The pressure switch shuts off power to the water inlet valve when the proper water level is reached. If the pressure switch fails, the water inlet valve will continue to fill the washer tub with water, causing the washer to overflow. Before replacing the pressure switch, check the air tube to the pressure switch to ensure that it is clear of debris and is not leaking.

Parts
Pressure Switch for your GEWashing Machine
Pressure Switch - Part # 2205 Mfg Part # WH12X10065

Pressure switch for water fill level

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Cause 3Pressure Switch

The pressure switch shuts off power to the water inlet valve when the proper water level is reached. If the pressure switch fails, the water inlet valve will continue to fill the washer tub with water, causing the washer to overflow. Before replacing the pressure switch, check the air tube to the pressure switch to ensure that it is clear of debris and is not leaking.

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Pressure Switch for your GEWashing Machine
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Cause 4Low Water Pressure from House Supply

The water pressure to the water inlet valve might be too low. The water inlet valve requires a minimum of 20 psi to shut off properly. If the water inlet valve does not get enough pressure, the valve may not close fully after the power is shut off. As a result, water can leak into the washer and cause it to overflow. Check the water pressure to determine if it is sufficient.