Learned something new about my GE Adora today
Hi all. I posted several days ago about a problem I was having with my GE Adora going off balance a lot (couple times a load). Well, GE came to look at it today and the problem was that it was not draining properly. The repairman removed the lower front panel (3 screws at bottom) and gained access to a filter - best way I can describe it is it looks like the way I access the water filter on my fridge. He unscrewed it and there was a ton of fuzz/hair, etc clogging it up. I've had the machine since January. I asked him if this is something I should be doing regularly and he said "yes" - about every month or two depending on how much laundry you do. It looks pretty easy to do but you do have to remove the three screws each time.
Just thought I'd let you other Adora owners know about this - especially if you are having more than usual off balance loads.