How Do You Troubleshoot A GE Profile Prodigy Washing Machine?
There are many ways to do this, but the most effective is to first determine what is slowing down, perhaps a blocked drain . Finding out the reason is important so that you can prevent blockage next time and take appropriate precautions.
There may be many reasons, it may even turn out that your pipe is blocked under the floor and there is nothing you can do about it. I turn to specialists in such cases because I would hardly have made all these racks myself.
GE Profile Prodigy washers are no longer available. They have been superseded by newer, more energy- and water-efficient models. The washers had a 20-year warranty on the baskets. Some had 20-wash cycles, a second rinse and extended spin option, plus four wash-spin combinations. If you have one and it’s still going with just a few hiccups, it’s worth troubleshooting it rather than simply replacing it. Check the washer isn’t unplugged if the washer won’t operate at all. The lid should be closed too. Press the “Start” button to start the cycle. Check all the hoses are tightly attached. Make sure the hose connections are tight at the faucets and the drain hose is inserted into the drain at the wall if there is leaking. Replace the fill hoses after five years or if there are leaks. Replace the washers too if there are leaks. Check the water valve screens. They’re at the end of the inlet hoses. Make sure they’re not clogged. Use a toothpick to unblock them. Make sure water is being delivere