24/7 Customer Support

CHECKOUT
Items in Cart:
Total
$0.00

Chat with a Pro

Tub Bearing Split Ring

Part Number: AP4324356
MFG Part Number: WH02X10265
Made by: GE
Our Price
$3.47
Regularly You Save
$7.02 $3.55

In Stock — Ships Today Guaranteed

Satisfaction Rating (1)

Questions & Answers

11 Questions & Answers



Description

This General Electric washing machine tub bearing split ring is located between the inner and outer tub. For the washer outer tub seal order WH02X10383.

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

Appliance Compatibility Tool

Check your model number or use our Cross Reference Tool to determine if this part will work with your appliance.

Where can I find my model number?

Repair Help


Cross Reference Information

Part Number WH02X10265 (AP4324356) replaces WH2X1195, 1394382, AH1766022, EA1766022, PS1766022, WH02X1195.

Do-It-Yourself Stories from Customers like You
Total Satisfaction Rating
(1)
View All Do-It-Yourself Stories Have questions? Ask our pros!

Most Helpful Stories

1 People found this story helpful
Do-It-Yourself Rating
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Easy Difficult
Repair Time Estimate

2+ hours 

Have a Repair Question?
AppliancePartsPros has your Answer!

Repair Video

How to Replace Tub Bearing Split Ring #WH02X10265

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Tub Bearing Split Ring #WH02X10265 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.


 

Comment on this video

Did you find this video helpful?

 

Questions & Answers

Read all 11 Questions

Ask a Question

Most Interesting

Why do I still hear a loud noise even though I replaced the GE tube bearings and seal? Thanks

Phillip for Model Number WVSR1060D5WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

My washer has developed a growl and occasional squeak during the spin cycle. In my research, I found that it could be the split hub bearing, so I replaced that, but the noise didn't go away. It might be a little better, but not much. Is there anything else that could contribute to the noise besides it being a bearing on the transmission? I didn't change the hub for the inner tub, only the split bearing and nut.

C Trost for Model Number WPSR3100W0WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

Tub makes a very loud "worn out bearing" sound only when spinning. Where is there an actual tub bearing in this model? From what I can see the bearing split ring is a bearing retainer not an actual bearing, am I off base here? Thanks, Rod

Mr Hot Rod for Model Number wbse3120b2ww

Answer

Was this helpful?

Latest Questions

The tub has a lot of play in it what could that be?

Nate for Model Number WBSE2090AOWW

Answer

Was this helpful?

Does the tub turn on the split ring, and should the ring be lubricated before putting the washer back together?

Vance for Model Number WJRR4170E1WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

Does the split ring support and rub against the inner tub and does it need lubricating like the tub bearing?

Wvrog for Model Number WJRR4170E1WW

Answer

Was this helpful?