Hi Sean. The remote location is enviable except in situations like this. I see the warranty expired in July. First, I would like to provide a reminder that if the lid is opened during fill, the washer will pause and if on automatic load sensing, the washer may not fill correctly. Try manually advancing the time just a bit to see if the level changes. Sometimes the graphics in the manual for the settings is off just a bit. The timer may also not be activating the water inlet valve for the correct amount of time. If you have a meter and are comfortable making checks, the wiring diagram is in the image below. This is most likely the timer, part #
or the electric pressure switch (water level switch), part #
. These two parts can be viewed in the images of the front panel and the controls at
Sears Parts Direct
. Although this
is not a laundry center, it will provide a view of the water level switch (electric switch) for a GE washer. Before disconnecting hose from water level sensor be sure the water level in machine is below bottom of basket. After reconnecting hose, put machine in spin for at least 1 minute before checking operation of sensor. If further help is needed, please reply. Thank you for using Manage My Life.