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Seal Tub

Part Number: AP5645738
MFG Part Number: WH02X10383
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH02X10383 (AP5645738) replaces WH02X10032, 3029799, PS4704237, WH02X1196, WH2X10032, WH2X1196.

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Tub seal leaking on washing machine Chris J. • Bakersfield, CA • December 02, 2014
Appliance: Model GE WASHING MACHINE

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Was leaking water Keri G. • Eureka, IL • October 24, 2014

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Washing maching was making a loud roaring noise during the spin cycle Steven B. • Suwanee, GA • December 01, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Washer WBSE3120B2WW

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How to Replace Seal Tub #WH02X10383

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Seal Tub #WH02X10383. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Oil leak in washer.

Rudy for Model Number ge

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Hi, first let me say, I love your site, Matt is fantastic in the videos, and everyone I've ever spoken to on the phones has been very helpful and patient. My GE washing machine started leaking, after some investigating I determined it was the tub seal, so I ordered parts from you guys, and the tub wrench. Which let me say, I beat that wrench for days trying to bust that nut, I got the rust buster that Matt recommended, but it took days. You should see the wrench! I replaced the agitator coupling, hub nut, hub washer, split ring and tub seal. It really was a simple repair, after the hub nut of course. After getting it all put back together and the washer back in place in the laundry room I ran a small test load to check for leaks, so happy that I had no leaks!! But now it doesn't spin? The tub fills, agitates, the water drains, but doesn't go into a spin? Any help would be greatly appreciated by this single girl who refuses to call a repair person! Thank you so much! Lori

Lori for Model Number WPSE7003AOWW

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Water started leaking from under the washer. After inspection, I determined it was coming from the center shaft. I watched the video on your site and ordered the tub seal #WH02X10032, nut hub, washer hub, split ring and belt. I replaced all the parts and reassembled only to find it still leaked. The seal seamed to fit loosely and there was nothing to put pressure on it. I disassembled it and double checked the part number and model number. Is there something I am missing? Could the leak be coming from somewhere other than a hose? All hoses are good and it appears to be leaking from the center shaft area.

MRAMX2U for Model Number GE WCSR2070TCWW

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I removed the front panel to investigate a leak. After viewing an illustrated parts breakdown it appears that the tub seal has become ineffective. I plan to replace this but am wondering before order it, is it recommended or required that i replace any other parts with it, eg, retaining rings or other consumables that are part of the tub seal's replacement?

Matt for Model Number whse5240d1ww

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How do I pull the agitator to access the other parts needed to pull on a tub seal replacement?

Brett for Model Number WHDSR209G8WW

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The gear on bottom of shaft & mode assembly failed. That is all I need. Can you buy it separately.

Paul S for Model Number wwse5240g1ww

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