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Dryer Motor Kit

Part Number: AP4295548
MFG Part Number: WE17X10010
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dryer Motor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WE17X10010 (AP4295548) replaces WE17M22, WE17X53, WE17X32, 1256970, 4056, AH1559768, AM205, EA1559768, PS1559768, WE04X0479, WE04X0488, WE04X0710, WE17M0022, WE17X0025, WE17X0026, WE17X0028, WE17X0032, WE17X0053, WE17X25, WE17X26, WE17X28, WE17X32R, WE4X479, WE4X488, WE4X710.

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Motor was not working Linn C. • Saint Augustine, FL • June 17, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Electric Dryer DWSR485EA1WW

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How to Replace Dryer Motor Kit #WE17X10010

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Dryer Motor Kit #WE17X10010 for Dryer made by GE, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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When I hit start the drum just bumps and will not turn, I replaced the guide on the front door and 4 of the guide bushings I guess that is what you call them. The drum turns some what free but a little force is needed. Do I need a new motor? Paul

Pauls. for Model Number DPSB620EC1WW

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I just replaced the motor on my GE dryer. It is much louder than the old one. Is this normal? While spinning the shaft on the new motor before I installed it I notice a "tick" sound on every revolution. Something to be concerned about if I can put up with the noise? The old motor did not make the same sound. I pulled the drum and ran it to verify that the noise is from the motor.

Luke for Model Number DBXR463ED2WW

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Hi When I turn the start button, the dryer motor runs only as long as I hold the switch. It stops when I release it. Is there a start/run relay for this model? I don't see one listed

Will B for Model Number GE DBSR453GD1WW

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It looks that we need a motor brush. that is all. Can I buy one through you?

Tom for Model Number DLB2650BEL

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Please inform is the p/n WE17X10010 is a new model for the old Dryer motor 5KH26GJ116T 572D676G003

Marco L for Model Number 5KH26GJ116T 572D676G003

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Replaced the motor with this kit (WE17X100100). Noticed the length of the shaft is longer in the front (where the blower wheel goes) and shorter in the back (where I was able to fit one of the included pulleys well enough to line up with the idler pulley). My first attempt positioning the new style bracket failed as the blower wheel was binding against the front panel. My second attempt seemed to resolve this issue by completely installing motor and blower with the bracket loose then tightening it (on one the one side available in that position) once everything was in place - which aligned it approximately in a center position (rather than all the way back as I had originally placed it). My first loaded run went well for about 15 minutes until the blower wheel started striking the front panel. Tried it once since the dryer cooled and it works when cool. Numerous thoughts on modifications of either the blower wheel (is the new blower wheel you sell any thinner perchance?) or the rear bracket screws buzzing through my head - perhaps standoff washers and a seal around the blower housing?. I do not have any room left to back the motor out via the bracket. Open to suggestions.

Colin for Model Number DDE5300BALHA

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