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Bearing

Part Number: AP2045339
MFG Part Number: WH4X104
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Bearing and Washer Dryer Combo Bearing.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH4X104 (AP2045339) replaces 279629, AH273717, EA273717, PS273717, WH04X0104.

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When the washer spins, it is really loud.

Mike for Model Number ge /gtwn4950lows

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the washed portion of stacked unit is not fully washing clothes. i ran with the lid open and observed that the agitator spins a small amount (approx. 1/8 of a turn) during the wash cycles - basically not enough to really churn up the water and detergent effectively. i removed the large plastic agitator from the inside of the drum and didn't notice damage to the teeth that engage it on the shaft. the shaft will spin freely in either direction by hand. the belt on the bottom of the unit is spinning normally. any suggestions for further trouble shooting steps, or an idea of what my be wrong with the washer?

John F. for Model Number ge wsm2700hbwww

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I have a GE stackable washer. It was brought to my attention that the clothes were not coming out very clean even with pre treated and minimal dirt on the clothing. I observed the washer through all of its various cycles and noticed that the agitator was not spinning in the agitation cycle, yet the motor was running. I then opened up the front access panel to observe the transmission. The belt was not broken and the flywheels were turning but the shaft was not. I inspected the agitator and nothing was broken on the agitator itself. I suspect there may be something wrong with the transmission. I did some research and what I found suggested that the drive block might need to be replaced. Whats your opinion?

Scott C for Model Number WSM2700WEWW

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Washer sounds like a machine gun when it is in spin cycle.

Roy for Model Number WSM2700HBWWW

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