If the problem with your GE-Hotpoint front serviceable washer is that is not starting in any of the cycles that you try it on. In other words the washer is dead.
You will need to check the parts listed below until you find out which part or parts will need to be replace to get your washer working properly again.
Click on each one of the links below to see the video that will show you how to check and replace each one of the parts that are on the starting circuit. View the videos a few times until you know how the repair is done.
If the problem with your GE Hotpoint washer is that is not filling properly with water or is not filling at all. The first thing that you will need to check is the water faucets to make sure that they are opened and water can flow from the faucets to the water valve.
Click on the links below to see how to check & replace the parts that are on the filling circuit. Watch each video until you know how to check and replace each part, then go ahead and check the parts in your washer.
If the problem with your GE-Hotpoint washer is that it fills to the water selected level, but is not agitating to wash the clothes. The problem could be any of the parts listed below.
Watch each one of the videos until you know how to check and replace the parts in the agitating circuit.
If the problem is that your GE-Hotpoint washer fills with water to the selected level, the it start to agitate to wash the clothes, but is not draining the water from the tub.
The problem could be any of the parts listed below. Click on each link to see the video of each part that has something to do with the draining circuit.
If the problem is that the GE-Hotpoint washer fills with water, agitates the clothes, drains the water from the tub, but is not spinning the clothes to squeeze the water out.
The problem could be any of the parts listed below. Click on each link to watch the video that will show you how each repair is done.
The washer will get a little noisy as it gets older. Noises could come from moving parts like the motor, pump, transmission, etc.
The easier way to check for noises is by listening to try to pinpoint where the noise is coming from. Watch the videos below to see how to check the parts that could be causing the noise.