756540-1-S-GE-WH12X10227        -Pressure Switch
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Pressure Switch

PartSelect Number PS756540

This part senses how much water is in the tub and allows it to reach the desired level. For example: A little water equals little pressure and a lot of water means more pressure inside the switch.

This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.

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Level of DifficultyEasy

Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins

ToolsScrew drivers

CustomerGeorge from Prescott Valley, AZ

The washer would overfill intermittenly.

I replaced the water valve that the hot and cold hoses hook up to, and the pressure switch which regulates the amount of water that fills the tub. Both parts are located in the top plastic section of the washer where the controls are. The repair was easy, just a matter of taking out two screws in the back, lifting off the control face, unscrewing the water hoses, unscrewing each part, disconnecting and reconnecting the electrical plugs, and reassembling. No problems since.

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  • Pressure Switch

Level of DifficultyEasy

Time to do repair:15 - 30 mins

ToolsPliers, Socket set

CustomerLawrence from Chesterfield, MO

Washer was overflowing due to faulty pressure switch.

Removed 4 screws from back of top control panel. Positioned electrical panel assembly to reference position of pressure switch mounting. Removed plastic hose from old switch via twisting and carefully pulling off. Removed screw from pressure switch mounting bracket and and from pressure switch body. Lifted switch up from mounting. Using needle-nose pliers, removed the three connectors from the pressure switch. Installed the three wire terminals to new switch. Installed mounting bracket to switch body(used a new screw) and bracket to panel . Replaced plastic hose on new switch, tilted electrical panel into position and reinstalled 4 screws to back. Total time approximately 20 minutes. Saved $303.28 versus quotation from G.E. Service Tech for parts and labor!!

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