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Transmission and Brake Assembly

Part Number: AP2046402
MFG Part Number: WH38X10002
Made by: GE
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This transmission and brake assembly includes the tub seal and is used on many General Electric top load washers.

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

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Part Number WH38X10002 (AP2046402) replaces 279566, PS271743, WH38X0055, WH38X10001, WH38X10003, WH38X1001, WH38X55.

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Loud noise during spin cycle Mark B. • Fairview Park, OH • January 10, 2015

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Bottom bearing blew apart Erin L. • Sandwich, IL • August 08, 2014
Appliance: Model WPBR8050D0WW

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Grinding noise during agitation cycle Lee W. • Orofino, ID • December 08, 2014
Appliance: Model GE WHSE5240D1WW

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How to Replace Transmission and Brake Assembly #WH38X10002

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Transmission and Brake Assembly #WH38X10002 for Washer made by GE. 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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How do you change out a transmission and brake assembly on a ge profile washer?

Don

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Would the tub spinning instead of the agitator indicate a failing transmission? GE Profile top-load washer.

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I have a ge modle s4200b2ww that the transmission / brake assembly AP2046402 unit started to leak greese/ oil into the washer. Is there a seal/berring kit to fix this unit or do i need to buy a new transmission/brake assembly?

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Hello, My washer has recently been having intermitnent spin cycles. The washer agitates fine all the time. I've replaced the drive belt as I occasionally smell a burnt smell, also replaced the pressure switch and the clear pressure tube and I'm still having trouble, the water drains fine also. When it is time for the spin cycle I notice the drum click or engage as it is ready to spin but it wIll not spin unless I physically assist it by turning the drum, it then spins fine and continues through its cycle. Do you believe the transmission needs to be replaced??I'm running out of ideas as it is a older washer and I'd rather not sink much more $$ into it. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

Kevin for Model Number WHDSR315D0WW

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Do I have to buy the transmission to get the brake assembly or is there a part # for the brake assembly alone?

Amy for Model Number whdsr315daww

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Thanks for the excellent video! It made disassembly a breeze! My wife purchased a new transmission & brake assembly from you yesterday, so I plan to re-assemble as soon as it arrives. I just wanted to know if you need to apply any grease to the tub bearing or transmission shaft before final assembly. You don't show it on the video, but it felt like there may have been some grease in there originally. Thanks, Brian

Brian for Model Number WBSE3120B2WW

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