04:47PM | 09/16/04
Member Since: 09/15/04
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I have a GE washer that's about two and a half yrs old last night when it got to the spin cycle it would stop and restart and then I smelt a burnt smell and it didn't get all of the water out. Any suggestions would be helpful!


05:21PM | 09/16/04
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** I have a GE washer that's about two and a half yrs old **

Posting its complete model number would help us to find out what design it is. You can find tips for locating the model and serial number tag on your appliances in the 'Repair Parts' section of my site linked below.

** the spin cycle it would stop and restart and then I smelt a burnt smell **

1. Make sure the pump is draining properly (hoses not kinked, pump not jammed or plugged, etc.). If the washer can't drain, it won't be able to spin which could cause the motor to overheat and cut out on its internal overload protector.

2. Make sure there is nothing caught between the tubs hampering the spinning of the inner tub.

3. Check to make sure the motor is receiving power consistently and not just intermittently.

Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



10:52AM | 09/17/04
Member Since: 09/15/04
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The model number is WCXR107A1WW. I need to find some repair instructions online or more advice.



06:27PM | 09/17/04
Member Since: 11/11/02
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Were you able to check any of the things suggested previously?

Dan O.


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