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Rear_tub

Part Number: AP3884028
MFG Part Number: WH45X10071
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Tub Or Basket.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH45X10071 (AP3884028) replaces 1168849, AH1021620, EA1021620, PS1021620.

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What is included with the rear tub assembly? Does it include the bearings and the entire housing, fly wheel, shaft?

Dave for Model Number WCVH6600HWW

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When the washer spins it makes a thumping noise. I removed the front access panel and everything is ok in that area. When I spin the tub by hand I hear what sounds like a piece of hard rubber. It seems to be dislodged inside the tub area. It's not in the inside of the tub (where the clothes go). It's in the encased tub area. This only happens when the tub spins one way, not the other. Thanks!

Gene S. for Model Number WBVH6240F0WW

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washer Modle #WBVH6240FWW. we need to replace rear bearings, can they the bearings be replaced without having to replace rear tub also?

Tammy

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What is broken if you washer makes weird sounds but once you lift the washer up a little the sound is gone. Please reply if you know. I just got the washer and really want it to work normally.

Kate for Model Number WCVG6260FWW

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I was wandering if the bearing in my washer was gone. At the back where the motor and belt is and the wheel the belt fits on there is a loud noise coming from the bearings inside there. It is so loud, sounds like someone with a jackhammer inside the back where that bearing is. And when I open the door smoke comes out , so much my smoke alarm came on the other day. Also inside the door where the metal tub goes around the fiberglass front tub, the front fiberglass tub has been rubbed up against with the metal tub and has like splinter pieces all in there where it has rubbed. Thats where the smoke is coming from the rubbing. So I guess I would need the whole rear tub since the bearing doesn't come out. I mean I don't see why it wouldn't come out, there is a slip ring that holds the bearing in there.Sounds like to me General Electric has this problem alot with there washers.The washer only makes this smoke and sound when it spins on high speed. My question is how hard is it to remove the rear tub? And if I order the rear tub will the weights on the tub come with the new tub or do I have to remove the weight off the old tub and put it on the new tub? I don't know if I would need the front tub too since it has rubbed. My rubber gasket around the door is still good. I just replaced it. Let me know about what you think. Thanks alot.

Brenda for Model Number WCVH6260HWW

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Our washer made a loud banging noise on the final spin. After investigating I noticed the rear counterweight bolt was loose. The bolt pulled right and it appears that it broke away from the tub. Does this mean that I will need an entire rear tub or just a bracket for the counterweight?

Doug for Model Number wcvh6400j0ww

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