Did you call a technician? My washer does not have any of these problems, sounds like something is wrong.
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Hi-this is Sue from GE. I am happy to address the concerns with your washer.
Slow fill can result when the water pressure is too low. To check your water pressure, contact your water company. Try using the washer when no other water sources in the home are being used. If the washer is in the fill mode too long, it will stop. That is most likely why the light flashes and you have to hit the start button again to start the wash. Slow fill can also result from stopped up screens in the washer water valve. To check your screens:
Unplug the washer from the wall outlet.
Turn off the water at inlet faucets.
Pull the washer away from the wall to allow enough room to get behind.
Locate the hose connections on your washer, take a pair of slip-joint pliers and turn the metal hose connections counter clockwise to remove.
Allow the hoses to hang into a bucket to catch water. Inside the fitting on the washer are the screens.
Clean the screens.
Metal screens need to be gently pried out with a small pocket screwdriver.
Plastic screens can be pulled using a pair of long nosed pliers.
In some instances, you may have to replace the screens, re-attach the hoses, turn the water on and check for leaks.
Plug the washer into wall outlet. Slide the washer back into place.
The washer will not start to fill with lid open on Auto Load sensing settings. If the electronics need to be reset, unplug the washer, wait 2 minutes, plug back in and press START.
If the above suggestions do not correct the situations, service may be required. You can contact GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737.
I hope this is helpful. Thanks for checking with us!
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