Noise when aggitating (scraping) unbalanced spin outs caused by the nylon cuopling wear down
Rene*moeller M. • Stafford, VA • February 02, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Washer WPRE6150K2WT
My Repair & Advice
Replaced the Coupling Pulsator, and the Pulsator (short spindle in the center of the washer). The only problem that I encountered was how to remove the short spindle in the center of the washer...my fabric softer is in the center and you need to open that, grab the middle and loosen by turning left. Once that is out you will use a 7/16th socket and remove the entire agitator. Most of the videos show that you pull that straight up to remove - not the short one. There is still a screw to remove. After I reassembled I ensured that the washing machine was level. It took less then 10 minutes for tear apart and put together. Runs like it is brand new now. youtube video for this is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6QcL4GbrQs AT 3:13 on the video. Saved Big Money and LOTS of time by doing this myself.