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jumptrout51:
The turbidity sensor is in the end of the drain sump. Remove the filter cover on the drain sump and feel inside for any debris and clean it out. Re-assemble the sump start the washer. Once it fills and starts washing add 1 quart of white vinegar and resume the was to completion. This may clear out the particles causing extended wash.

whirlpooltech:
The turbidity sensor is # 321 in the Parts Diagram.

JWWebster:
If the sensor AP3794341 is bad, then the unit can run for long periods of time. This part has been permanently discontinued by the manufacturer and we don't know of any source or replacement for the part. Thanks.

Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/questions-for-GE-Turbidity-sensor-AP3794341-qid30748.aspx#q30748#ixzz1dn55tjGi

rmbraught:
Tip from the last GE webinar (doesn't apply to this one, I pray!) : recalibration of the sensor requires *100* power on/off cycles, we were instructed to expect to eat lunch while hitting the start/stop button repeatedly...

pallanesfour:
are you serius ???

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