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wvvvv . GEAppliances . com Safety Information . . . . . . . 9 3 Operating Instruc _ tions w ) sR2o7o Control Panels WCSR2080 and Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 7 WVSR 1060 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 WBXR2090 Loading and Using WBXR 3 l O0 the Washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 , 10 $ 3500 Troubleshooting Tips Before You Call For Serxice . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 13 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . Back Co _ er Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Ybu can lind them in the upper fight corner on the back of w _ ur i ! ii . i . i . i . . i . i . ! . : . . . . washeI : 175D1807P407 49 - 90144 - 1 07 - 02 JR
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . - - ^ WARNING , IFoyrosuarfeth _ ienforminathtimiosnanmuuabsleftollotwomedinimthrieziseokffire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of fife . WATERHEATESRAFETY Under certain conditions hydrogen gas may be produced in a water heater that has not been used for two weeks or more . Hydrogen gas can be explosive under these circumstances . If the hot xszJter has not been used fin " two weeks or more , prevent the possibility of damage or iqjury by turning on all hot water fimcets and allowing them to rtm fin " several minutes . Do this befiwe using m V electrical appliance which is connected to the hot x _ ; Jter system . This simple procedure will allow ai V built - up hydrogen gas to escape . Since the gas is flammable , do not smoke or rise an open flame or appliance during this process . PROPEIRNSTALLATION This washer must be properly installed and located in accordance with the Installation Instructions before it is used . If you did not receive an Installation Instructions sheet , you can receive one by visiting www . GEAppliances . com , or by calling 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . • Install or store _ here it will not be exposed to • Properly gTotmd _ asher to confi ) rm _ ith all ten - lperatures belo _ fl'eezing or exposed to goveI31ing codes and ordinances . Follow details the weatheI ; in Installation Instructions , YOURLAUNDRAYREA • Keep the area underneath and around your , • Close supervision is necessary if this appliance is used bv or near children . Do not allow children appliances fl'ee of combustible materials such as lint , paper ; rags , chemicals , etc . to play on , with or inside this or any other appliance .
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www . GEAppliances . com WHENUSINGTHEWASHER • Never reach into washer while it is moving . • The laundry process can reduce the flame Writ until the machine has completely stopped retardancy of tilbrics . To avoid such a result , before opening the lid . careflfllv fi ) llow the gmment ll / anttfi _ tcttlrer's Use this wash and care instructions . • Do not mix chlorine bleach with ammonia or appliance only for its acids such as vinegar and / or rust remove _ : • To minimize the possibility of electric shock , intended Mixing different chemicals can produce a toxic tmplug this appliance fl'om the power supply or disconnect the washer at the household gas which may cause death . purpose as distribution panel by removing the fllse or described & • Do not wash or ( hy articles that have been switching off the circuit breaker betore this Owner's cleaned in , washed in , soaked in or spotted with attempting any maintenance or cleaning . Manual combustible or explosive substances ( such as NOTE : Turning the Cycle Selector knob to an wax , oil , paint , gasoline , degrease _ s , dry - cleaning off position does NOTdisconnect the appliance solvents , kerosene , etc . ) which may ignite or from the power supply . explode . Do not add these substances to the wash watei : Do not use or place these substances • Never attempt to ope _ v _ te this appliance if it is around your washer or ( hTer dining operation . damaged , malfimctioning , partially disassembled , or has missing or broken parts , including a damaged coati or plug . WHENNOTINUSE • Turn ott water timcets m relie \ ' e pressure on • Do not attempt to repair or replace any part ot hoses and wdves and to minimize leakage if this appliance unless specifically recommended a break or rupture should occtm Check the in this Owner's Manual , or in published use > condition of the fill hoses ; they should be repair instructions that you tm ( le _ tand and have the skills to canw out . replaced eve _ T 5 vem _ . • Before discarding a washe _ ; or removing it • Do not tamper with controls . fl'om service , remove the washer lid to prevent children from hiding inside . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 3
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About the washer controlpanel ( models WJSR2070 , WCSR2080 , WBXR3100 and S3500 ) Youcan locate your model number on the back of your washer . O • Select load size and otherwash options • Add clothes • Add detergent • Select wash cycle • Closelid • Add dilutedfabric softener ( onmodels • Pull knob with a fabric softenerdispenser ) Model WJSR2070 • HEAVY LOAD SIZE TEMPERATURE CASUALS WA , _ tl / RTNSE RINSE PULSE AGITATE WAR • & SPIN LARGE COLD GENTLE COLU o HOT SMALL ° SUPER COLD COLD WHITES LIGHT LIGH1 MEDIUI HEAVY PUll Knob T : Start - Push To StoP Model WCSR2080 • HEAVY LOAD SIZE TEMPERATURE CASUALS WAMI / RINSE RINSE PULSE AGITATE WAR • & SPIN LARGE COLD GENTLE COLD _ HOT COLD COLO WHITES LIGHT SMALL SUPER LIGHT EXTRA LIGHT MEDIU _ HEAVY PullKnob T : Start - pushTO Stop Model WBXR3100 • HEAVY MEDIUM LOAD SIZE TEMPERATURE COTTONS _ MGHT WASll / lClNSE WARM NORMAL / FAST / / / I \ EASY CARE MEDIUM COLD EXTRA EXTRA COLD ROTLD SMALL _ LARGE COLD _ CO EXTRA HEAVY • • DELICATES RINSE & SPIN LIGHT GENTLE / SLOW Pu / I Knob To Start * push To Stop 4
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www . GEAppliances . com Model $ 3500 PULL KNOB TO START - PUSH TO STOP HEAVY LOAD SIZE WASH / SPIN TEMPERATURE _ _ M T EASY CARE COTTONS _ UASLOAK SPEED SLOW WARM MEDIU A _ LARGE FAST COLD DELICATES QUICKRINSEt _ ) POWER WASH MEUIUM _ _ . _ AU _ T % _ / NAK HEAVY EXTSA 15 MIN HEAVY AUTO SOAK Controlsettings . Load Size i , ooselv load clothes no higher than the top row ot holes in the washer rob . The water level should just cover the clothes . A @ lst the load size accordingly . Wash / Spin Speed ( on some models ) The agitator moves clothes around ti ) r a cleaner wash ; the basket spins later in the cycle to release water from the load . The _ M _ sh / Spin Speed dial sets the speed of both the agitator and the basket . WashSpeeds Use Fast wash speed for cottons , denims and play clothes . Use Slow wash speed tor delicate and knit items . SpinSpeeds The Fast spin speed is tbr durable items . The Slow spin speed is for delicate items like sweate _ and lingerie . ( _ lothes will be less dry than when using the Fast spin speed . Temperature Select the water temperature for the wash and rinse cycles . _ Mwa _ sfollow fabric manufi _ cturer's care label or instructions when laundering . Wash Cycle The wash cycle controls the length of the washing process . The chart below will help you match the wash cycle setting with your clothing . COTTONS / Forheawto lightlysoiledcottons , householdlinensworkandplayclothes . WHITES EASYCARE Forwrinkle - freeandpermanenptressitems , andknits . CASUALSAgentlerwayto cleanclothes . PULSEAGITATE Thiscycle agitatesandthenpaosesto soakyoorclothes , simolatinghandwashing . GENTLE TheHEAVYcyclehasthreeagitate / pausecyclesto cleanyourheavilysoileditems . TheMEDIUMcyclehastwoagitate / pausecyclesa , ndthe LIGHTcyclehasoneagitate / pausecycle . Thewasherwill fill withwaterto thechosenlevelwhenthe washeris startedinanypartof the CASUALScycle . If thewasheris startedinthe pause / soakportionofthe cycle , thenthe washerwill completethis soakbeforeit beginstoagitate . Thisis normal . DELICATES Forlingerieandspecial - carfeabricswithlightto normalsoil . POWERWASH Forheavilysoiledandheavy - dutyfabricsT . hiscycleprovidesa longeragitation . 5
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Aboutthe washer controlpanel ( models WVSR1060 and WBXR2090 ) O G " • Select load sizeand • Closelid other wash options • Add clothes • Add detergent • Pull knob • Select wash cycle • Add dilutedfabric softener ( onmodels with a fabric softenerdispenser ) Model WVSRI060 COLORS LOAD SIZE WHITES WARM WASH HOT WASH LARGE tiGHT o SMALL SUPER HEAVY DARK COLORS • HEAVY COLD WASH RINSE PUll Knob To Start _ push To S _ OP LIGHT Model WBXR2090 e HEAVY SPINe _ EDIUM n , _ sE _ , _ ' _ - - ' _ CASUALS LOAD SIZE WHITES tIGHT WARM WASH HOTWASH MEDIUM EXTRA EXTRAGE SMALL o LAR MEDIUM • _ INSE tiGHT _ / ) _ PULSEAGITATE HEAVY • • SPIN DARK COLORS _ ' _ , = _ _ vY COLWOASH LIGHT
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Controlsettings , vvvvw . GEAppliances . com _ Load Size I , ooselv load clothes no higher than the top row of holes in the washer rob . The water level should just cover the clothes . A ( ! just the load size accordingly . _ Wash Cycle The wash cycle controls the length of the washing process and the wash temperature . Yim can choose a cooler wash temperature no matter what color of fid _ ric w _ u are washing . _ Mways tOllow the instructions on the tabric care label when laundering . The chart below will help you match the wash cycle setting with your clothing . WHITES Forheavyto lightlysoiledcottons , householdlinens , workandplayclothes . HOTWASH COLORSForwrinkle - freeandpermanenptressitems , knitsandcottons . WARMWASH CASUALSForwrinkle - freeandpermanenptressitems , andknits . WARMWASHThiscycleagitatesandthenpausesto soakyourclothes , simulatinghandwashing . PULSAEGITATTEheHEAVYcyclehasthreeagitate / pausceyclesto cleanyourheavilysoileditems . TheMEDIUMcyclehastwo agitate / pausceyclesa , ndthe LIGHTcyclehasoneagitate / pausecycle . Thewasherwill fill withwaterto the chosenlevelwhenthe washeris startedinanypartof the CASUALScycle . If thewasheris startedinthe pause / soakportionofthe cycle , thenthe washerwill completethis soakbeforeit beginsto agitate . Thisis normal . DARKCOLORSFornon - colorfasctottonsandblendsanditemsthatarelabeledcoldwashbythefabricmanufacturer . COLDWASH
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Aboutthe washer features . NOTE : Not all features are available on all washer models . The Agitator Cap or Fabric Softener Dispenser ( depending on model ) The agitator cap fits into the top of the [ _ ] Add water to dispenser until it reaches agitator If it accidentall ) c ( ) mes off , simply the maxinmn _ fill line . put it back oil The fabric softener dispenser'automatically releases liquid fir ) rio soitener at the proper time during the cycle . Do not stop the washer during the first spin . This wifl cause the dispenser to empty too soon . To use , follow these steps : [ Z ] Make sm'e dispenser is seem'ely attached to agitator : Do not pour anything into flTeagitator if flTe agitator cap or dispenser isremoved . [ ' _ Use only liqtfid fhbfic soflenei : Pour into disl ) ensei ; using , alnount recommended on package . Never pour fabric softener directly on cloNes . It may stalb them . Cleaning the Fabric Softener Dispenser ( on some models ) [ Z ] Remo _ e the dispenser fl'om the top of the agitatm ; I I I , , I , ' , I I , [ ' _ Se ) arate the dis ) enser cu ) fl'om the co ' _ er by gras ) ino - the to ) and ) ushing down on the inside of the cup with yore " finge _ s . Dispenser cup will pop fl'ee fl'om the co ' _ ei : [ - _ To clean the dispense _ ; soak both the dispenser cup and the dispenser coxer in the tollowing solution : • 1 USgallon ( 3.8 hters ) warm water • 1 / 4 cup ( 60 ml ) heavy duty liquid detergent Separate for cleaning . • I cup ( 240 ml ) bleach [ - _ ] f necessary ; loosen buiMup with a clean , soft cloth after soaking . Do not use a stiff brush ; you ma ) roughen the sm _ i _ ce of the ( lispense _ : N Rinse and reassemble dispense _ : Place dispenser back on the agitato _ : Liquid Bleach Dispenser ( onsomemodels ) The dispenser dilutes liquid chlorine 1 ) leach before it reaches yore " wash load . [ _ ] Check clothing care labels for special instructions . [ ' _ Measm'e liquid bleach careflflly , following instructions on the bottle . • Never pour undiluted liquid chlorine bleach dkectly onto clothes or into the wash basket . • Do not pour powdered bleach into bleach dispenser r3 - ] Before starting the washe _ ; pour measm'ed amom _ t of bleach directly into bleach dispense _ : Axoid splashing or oxe > filling dispense _ : If you prefer to use powdered bleach , add it into the wash basket with wmr detergent . • Do not mix chlorine bleach with ammonia or acids such as vinegar and / or rust remove _ MMng can produce a toxic gas which may cause death . 8
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Loadingand usingthe washer . Always follow fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering , www . GEAppliances . com _ Sort / ngWashLoads Sort by color ( whites , light , s , ( oltn _ ) , soil lexel , tid ) ric _ ' l ) e ( sturdy cottons , easy care , delicates ) , and whether the tid ) ric produces lint ( te _ y cloth , chenille ) , or collects lint ( velveteen , cordtmu ) . ProperUseof Detergent Add detergent and stnrt tile washer before adding You can use less detergent if } ou haxe soft water ; clothes so that the dete _ Nent can work effectively . a smaller load or a lightly soiled load . Lrsing too little ( ) r too much ( letetgent is a common ca use of laundry problems . Loadingthe Washer I , oad dry items loosel 5 no higher than tile top • Do not wrap long items like sheets or pants around the agitator . row of holes in tile washer basket . When loading wet items make sure you set the load / water level • Do not wash fabrics containing flammable high enough to allow the items to move ti'eelv . materials ( waxes , cleaning fluids , etc . ) . _ & ' ater level should just cover the clothes . To add items after washer has started , push in Cycle • Agitation will not start with the lid up . knob and submerge additional items next to tile agitator . Close the lid and pull Cycle knob ( ) / it to I'esta rt .
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Loadingand usingthe washer . Always follow fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering . Careand Cleanbgof the Washer Wash Basket : i , eave the lid open after washing to Moving and Storage : Ask the service technician to allow moisture to eval ) orate . If you want t ( ) clean the remove water fl't ) m drain pump and hoses . See the basket , use a clean soft cloth dampened with liquid Installation ] nstrucfitms packed with product fi ) r detergent , then rinse . ( Do not use ha _ M _ t ) r gritty infimnafion on how to reinstall the shil ) ping rod to cleane _ . ) kee I ) the tub stationary when moving the washe _ : For more inflmnafion , visit www . GEAppliances . cem , Fill Hoses : Hoses connecting washer to fimcet or call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . Do not store should be replaced eveI T 5 veaI _ . the washer where it will be exposed to the weather : Exterior : hmnediately wipe off any spills . Wil ) e with Long Vacations : Be sure water supply is shut t ) tt at damp cloth . T _ y not to hit surli _ ce with shaq ) objects . filucets . Drain all water ti'om hoses if weather will be below fl'eezing . Fabric & re Labels Below are tabric care label " symbols " that affect the clothing ) tin will be latmdering . WASH LABELS Machine _ _ wash Gentle / Do not wash Do not wring cycle . 0r0 , a , p . . . . . . . . . . t Press / delicate Hand wash wrinkle resistant Water O0 • O0 • temperature Hot w . . . . CoH / oool ( 50 ° C / 120 " F ) ( 40 " C / 105 ° F ) ( 30 " C / 85 " F ) DRY LABELS , . o , oF - Oq O rOq dry Do not dry Dry Normal Permanent Press / Gentle / Do ) lot tumNe dry ( used with wrinkle resistant deficate do not wash ) Heat , _ ® ® • setting High Medium Low No heat / air Line dry / Drip dry Dry flat In the shade hang to dry BLEACHLABELS symbols A , , _ bleach Only . . . . . . . hlorine bleach Do not bleach ( when needed ) ( when needed ) 10
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Before you call for service . . , vvvvw . GEAppliances . com Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money / . Review the charts on the following pages , or visit www . GEAppliances . com . Youmay not need to call for service . WATER Possible Causes What ToDo Too many suds Type of detergent * Switch to a lower sudsing detergent brand and follow instructions on package . Very soft water • Try less detergent . Too much detergent • Measm'e your detergent carefldly . Use less soap if you have soft water ; a smaller load or a lightly soiled load . Water leaks Fill hoses or drain hose is • Make sure hose connections are tight at thucets and hnproperly comaected rubber washe _ are installed . Make sure end of drain hose is correctly inserted in and secured to drain ti _ cilitv . Household dJcaJn may • Check household phmfl ) ing . You may need to call a be clogged plumbe _ : Constmat water pressure • Tighten hoses at tile timcets and turn tile water off after to the fill hoses at the each use . water source • Check condition of tile fill hoses ; tile } should be replaced every 5 veaI _ . Using too much detergent • Use less detelgent . Use less soap if urn , have soft watei ; a ha washer smaller load or a lighfl } soiled load . Water temperature Control is not set properly • Check water teml ) erature control ( on some models ) or is incorrect Cycle knob and a ( ! just . Water supply is turned off • Ttlrn both hot and cold thucets fldlv on and make S / lI'e or improperly cmmected hoses are connected to correct tilucets . Water valve screens are • Turn off the water SOtlrce and remove the water stopped up c ( mnection hoses fl'om the upt ) er back of the washe _ : Use a brush or toothpick to clean the screens in the machine . Reconnect the hoses and ttlri3 the water back on , House water heater is • Make sure house water heater is delivering water not set properly at 120 ° F - 140 ° F ( 48 ° C - 60 ° C ) . Water won't drain Drain hose is l & _ ked or • Straighten drain hose and make sure washer is not sitting hnproperly comaected on it . • Top of drain oudet should be less than 8 ft . above floo _ : 11
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Before you call for service . . . OPERATION Possible Causes What To Do Washer pauses in cycle The washer normally pauses between washing steps mid during the CASUALS wash cycle . Washer won't operate Washer is unplugged * Make _ sure cord is _ l ) hw ° ed _ secm'el _ , into a working outlet . Water supply is turned off • Turn both hot and cold fimcets hilly on . Controls axe not set • Check controls and make sure Cycle knob is pulled out properly to 0N position . Lid is open - - safety feature • Close lid and reset c _ cle to the beginning if necessax _ ' . prevents agitation mad sphufing when lid is up Circuit breaker / fuse is • Check house circuit breake _ / fllses . Replace fllses or tripped / blo _ l reset breaker ; _ , Vasher should ha ' , e separate outlet . PERFORMANCE Possible Causes What ToDo Colored spots Incorrect use of fabric • Check lid ) tic softener package fin " instructions and fi ) llow softener directious tot usiug , disl ) euser . • Pretreat stain and rewash . Dye trm _ sfer • Sort whites or lightly colored items from dark cohn _ . Grayed or yellowed Not enough detergent • Use more deteroent _ ( especially with larger loads ) . clothes Hard water • Use a water conditioner like Calgon brand or install a water sofieuei : Water is not hot enough • Make sure water heater is delix ering water at 120 ° F - 140 ° F ( 48 ° C - 60 ° C ) . Washer is overloaded • Select load size to match clothes load . Detergent is not • Add detergent as wash basket fills with water before dissolving xou load clothes . Dye trm _ sfer • Sort clothes by cohn : If tid ) ric label stntes wash separately , tmstnble dyes may be indicated . Lint or residue on Clothes are air or line dried • If you do not ( h 3 your clothes with a clothes ( h3 , ex ; your clothes clothes may retnin more lint . Incorrect sorting • Separate lint produce _ fl'om lint collecting . Washing too long " _ slt small loads fin " a shorter time than larger loads . Detergent not dissolving " Add detergent as wash basket fills with water ; befin'e you load clothes . • T _ T a liqtfid deteroent • [ . [ 8e _ V _ lIlIleI " water teuli ) ei'attli'e , Overloading • I , oad clothes no higher than the top row of holes in the washer tub . • Make sure load size selector matches clothes load size . Incorrect use of fabric softener • Check rid ) tic softener package fin " instructions and fi ) llow directions fin " using , disl ) enser . / 2
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www . GEAppliances . com PERFORMANCE ( cent ) Possible Causes What ToDo Pilling Result of normal were " on * _ . _ qfile this is not caused b ) tile washei , you can slow tile poly - cotton blends mad pilling process by washing gam _ ents inside out . fuzzy fabrics Snags , holes , team , rips Pins , snaps , hooks , sharp • Fasten snaps , hooks , buttons and zippei _ . or excessive wear buttons , belt buckles , • Remove loose items like pins , objects in pockets zippers mad shm'p objects and shaq ) buttons . left ha pockets • Turn knits ( which snag easily ) inside out . Undiluted chlorine bleach • Check bleach package instructions fin " proper amount . • Never add tuMilumd bleach m wash or allow clothes to come in contnct with mMiluted bleach . ChemicaJs like hair bleach • Rinse items that may have chemicals on them befin'e or dye , permmaent wave washing . solution Wrinkling Improper sorthag • Avoid miMng hea \ T items ( like work clothes ) with light items ( like blouses ) . • Try a lid ) tic softener . Overloading or • I , oad _ o / u " washer so clothes ha _ e enouoh _ room incorrect water level to m ( ) x'efreely . Incorrect wash mad • Match Cycle selection to the ITpe of rid ) tic you are dry cycles washing ( especially fiw easy care loads ) . Repeated washing ha • Wash in Walm or cold watei ; water that is too hot NOISE Possible Causes What ToDo Washer is noisy Washer is uneven • To level tile fl'ont of tile washeI ; a ( ! j ust tile fl'ont leveling legs by rotating tile individual leg in tile proper direction fin " up or down . To level back _ ff washeI ; lift back of inachine 4 " ( l 1 cln ) and set down . Washer load is • Push tile Cycle knob in to stop tile washeI ; open tile lid tmbaJmaced and redistribute tile load eveldv . Close tile lid and restart . Shipphag rod is still assembled • To reulove shii _ ping rod ti'om washeI ; pull yellow tag and ha refit attached rod ti'om tile bottom right hand side of washei : Washer is sitting too close • Pull washer away ti'oin tile wall ; about 4 " ( l 1 tin ) is to wall ( causes knocking needed . during cycle ) OTHER PossibleCauses What ToDo Labels on the exterior Occasionally the adhesive • Use a hair ( hTer set at tile lowest heat setting , directing of the washer will not used on the labels does tile air at tile label for a short amotmt of time . This will peel off cleanly not release demlly release the adhesive easily , without damaging the sm _ hce oI the washei ; / 3
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GEWasher Warranty . All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . Toschedule service , Proof of the original purchase on - line , 24 hours a day , vis # us at www . GEAppliances . com , date is needed to obtain service or call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . under the warrantF For The Period Of . " We Will Replace : OneYear Anypart of the washer which fifils due to a deibct in materials or workmanship . During this Fromthe date of the full one - year warranty , we will also provide , free of charge , all lab ( n " and related se _ Mce to replace originalpurchase the defective part , Secondthrough The transmission , suspension rod and spring assemblyif any of these parts should fifil due to a defbct FifthYear in materials or workmanship . GE will also replace the washer lid or cover , it they should rust Fromthe date of the under operating conditions . During this additional four - year limited warranty , you will be originalpurchase responsible fin " any labor or related service costs . Secondthrough The washer # lb , if it should flfil due to a detect in materials or workmanship . During this TenthYear additional nine - year lim # ed warranty , you will be responsible fin " any labor or related service costs . Fromthe date of the originalpurchase Secondthrough The washer basket if it should fifil due to a detect in materials or workmanship , During this TwentiethYear additional nineteen - year limited warranty , you will be responsible fi ) r any labor or related Fromthe date of the service costs . originalpurchase What Is Not Covered : • Service trips to your home to teach you how to use • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . the product . • hnproper h _ staJlation . • Dmnage to the product caused by accident , f'tre , floods or acts of God . • FaJhtre of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other than the intended purpose or used commercially . • h _ ddentaJ or consequentiaJ dmnage caused by possible defects with this appliance . Thiswarrantyis extendedto theowinal purchasearndanysucceedingownerforproductspurchasedforhomeusewithintheUSA . InAlaska , the warrantyexcludesthecostofshippingorserviceca / istoyourhome . Somestatesdonotallowtheexclusionor fl _ nitationof incidentaol rconsequentiadlamagesT . hiswarrantygivesyouspecificlegalrights , andyou mayalsohaveotherrightswhichvaryfromstatetostate . Toknowwhatyourlegalrightsare , consultyourlocalorstateconsumearffairsofficeor yourstate # AttorneyGeneral . Warrantor : GeneralElectric CmnpanyL . ouisville , KY40225 15
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ConsumerSupport . GEAppliancesWebsite www . GEAppliances . com Have a question or need assistance with your appliance ? Try the GE Appliances Website 24 hotu _ a day , any day of the year ! For greater convenience and faster selMce , you can now download Owner's Manuals , order parts , cat ; dogs , or even schedule service ondine . You can also " _ sk Our Team of EN ) erts . . . . . . yotlr qtlestions , and so lI / rich lI / ore . . . ScheduleService www . GEAppliances . com Expert ( ; E repair sels : ice is onlx one step away fl'om your dooi : Get on - line and schedule vc , ur service at your conxenience 24 hom _ am ( lm of the _ ear ! Or call 800 . GE . ( _ AI _ ES ( 800.432.2737 ) during n { mnal business hom _ . RealLifeDesignStudio www . GEAppliances . com GE supports the / ! nivei _ al Design concept - - products , services and environments that can be used by people of all ages , sizes and capabilities . _ , \ ' e recognize the need to design fi ) r a wide range of ph ) : sical and mental abilities and impaim _ ents . For details of GE's Univei _ al Design applications , including kitchen design ideas fin " people with disabilities , check out our _ , Vebsim today . For the hearing impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . Extended Warranties www . GEAppliances . com Purchase a ( ; E extended warrant _ and learn about special discounts that are a _ ailable while ) our warranty is still in effect . YOtl can purchase it on - line an ) time , or call 800.626.2224 during natural business horus . ( ; E ( _ onsulner Home Serxices will still be there after } our warrant } , expires . PartsandAccessories www . GEAppliances . com Individuals qualified to seI _ ' ice their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover cards are accepted ) . Order on - line today , 24 hom _ evela ' day or by phone at 800.626.2002 during natural business hom _ . Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must be exercised , since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . ContactUs www . GEAppliances . com If you are not satisfied with the service you receive from ( ; E , contact us on our _ . Vebsite with all the details including your phone ntlIllbeI ; oI " write to : General Managei ; Customer Relations GE Appliances , Appliance Park I , ouisville , KY 40225 RegisterYourAppliance www . GEAppliances . com Register your new applim _ ce on - line - - - at your convenience ! Timelx , l _ r ° ( luct registration , will allow fin " enhanced communication and prompt service under the temps of your warranty , should the need arise . You mm also mail in the pre - printed registration card included in the I ) ackin ' " _ material . Printed in the United States
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