GE Washer Error Code: E65
When your GE washer displays error code E65, it’s signaling an issue related to the water level control system. This can occur for various reasons, including problems with the pressure switch, the hose connecting the switch, or the main control board. In essence, the washer is having difficulty determining the water level in the drum, which can impede its ability to function correctly.
- Run the T06 Water Level Control Test: A useful first step in addressing error code E65 is to run the T06 water level control test. This test helps diagnose whether the issue lies with the water level control components or other parts of the washer. Follow your washer’s user manual for instructions on running this test. If the test reveals no issues with the water level control system, the problem might be related to the main control board.
- Inspect the Pressure Switch and Hose: Check the pressure switch, which is responsible for sensing the water level in the drum. Ensure that it’s properly connected and functioning. Also, inspect the hose that connects to the pressure switch for any blockages or damage.
- Replace the Main Control Board: If the T06 test indicates no problems with the water level control system, and you’ve ruled out issues with the pressure switch and hose, it may be time to consider replacing the main control board. This component is central to your washer’s operation and may need replacement if it’s malfunctioning.
While some error codes can be resolved with DIY efforts, others, like E65, may require the expertise of a professional technician. If you’re uncertain about the diagnosis or uncomfortable with replacing components, it’s best to contact a reliable appliance repair service.Schedule Appointment