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Pulsator Asm

Part Number: AP3203285
MFG Part Number: WH43X10027
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Agitator.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH43X10027 (AP3203285) replaces 1089474, AH961143, EA961143, PS961143.

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Thread was worn down in the middle of the pulsator Csilla P. • Tampa, FL • May 08, 2014

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Agitator was stripped Sheri J. • Golden, CO • April 04, 2015

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The center of my pulsator asm is stripped. Do I need to order the whole part or can I order just the center part # AP3671922 looks like it. Thank You Gary

Gary M. for Model Number WPTG9360EWW

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On the spin cycle as drum builds up speed it make a tapping noise then senses out of balance load then trys to readjust does this even empty.

Peggy for Model Number WPGT9350C0PL

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The pulsator is not spinning with post. I can spin it with my hand and the top of the screw does not spin at all. I have taken it off and the hole that goes over the post is worn smooth. Should that have teeth on it that mate with the teeth of the on the shaft? Will a new pulsator assembly solve my problem?

Gary for Model Number WPGT9360E0WW

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The pulsator asm is stuck and I cannot remove it. Do you have any suggestions and how to do this?

Joshua for Model Number wpgt9350c0ww

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During the spin cycle, I hear loud noises coming from the machine. I don't hear this during the regular wash or rinse cycle. Only when the spin cycle is running, I think it could be coming from the drain pump, but I'm not sure. The noise is a loud humming noise.

Stanley Senior for Model Number WPGT9350C0PL

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Recently, the bolt that attaches the pulsator arm to the part that actually spins it snapped in half. First off, is there anyway that I can get that bolt out and replace it with another, or do I have to buy an entire new piece for that. My pulsator arm is now stripped as well. Am I looking at spending 300 dollars to get my washer fixed, or is there a DIY option here?

Anthony for Model Number WPGT09360E0PL

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