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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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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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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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My washer is making a roaring noise during load sensing and a grinding noise during normal washing.

Aaron for Model Number GE WPGT9350C0PL


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I just received my new pulsator and was wondering if someone can help to install it. It came with a bolt and a rubber band and looks like a spike washer. My question is when I install it does that need to stay in the pulsator or do I put the spiky washer on the pole in the washer first and then tighten the bolt???

Jaye for Model Number WPGT9121PL


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The pulsator asm came off during wash. Now when I put it back on and tighten it firmly it immediately comes loose and makes loud grinding noises. It looks like it's missing a piece underneath the pulsator asm. I can tighten bolt down but immediately it comes loose during washing. Am I missing something?

Kevin for Model Number #WPGT9150HMG


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