I have replaced water pump in my GE frontloader washer Model #WBVH6240 twice already and now attempting to replace once again for the third time. I noticed that the first pump replacement part I purchased had a part # WH23X10028 and second pump had a part # WWH23X10026. This is my question(s):
1. Is there any difference in these two pumps and if so, what is
2. Does it matter which one of the two I use?
Due to the fact that second pump (WWH23X10026) went out after only 1 year after installing, makes me wonder if this might have been caused by the fact that it might not have been the correct part. Another thing is the big difference in price between the two pumps. First one, pump (WH23X10028) was $125.00 and second pump one WWH23X10026) cost $30.00.
The correct pump for your unit is part number WH23X10028 and if the wrong pump was installed this could potentially cause the pump to fail prematurely.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, April 23, 2013