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Push-on Nut

Part Number: AP2059046
MFG Part Number: WR2X7054
Made by: GE
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If replacing the shaft seal WD8X181, this nut may have to be cut off.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Refrigerator Screws, Nuts, Washers.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WR2X7054 (AP2059046) replaces 297552, AH298353, EA298353, PS298353, WD02X0429, WD2X429, WR02X7054.

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I've taken the inside washer parts out and cleaned everything up and it doesen't rinse the dishes properly there is still a white soap residue left on everything. What can I do to get it working properly again?

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I recently replaced the seal and push on nut WR2X7054. Due to the time laps between removing the parts and having to order replacements, I cannot recall which way the push on nut goes onto the shaft. (Concave side against the seal or away from the seal?). Thanks, Bob

Bob for Model Number HDA2120Z04BB

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Regarding my question about how far to push the nut onto the shaft, you said to push it until it locks the "cover into place on the unit". What cover are you talking about? The shaft is sticking out of the plastic pump housing, so I wasn't aware that I'm locking anything into place. Unless you meant the seal? I'm worried if I push the nut up too far, that the shaft won't freely be able to turn, which is why I'm wondering if that groove in the shaft by the pump housing is where I should stop. Thanks.

Bob

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