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    • Part Number: AP2045289
    • MFG Part Number: WH2X1198
    • Made by: GE
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I just replaced the tub bearing, washer tub seal along with a new nut and the drive belt. I installed it back exactly like it was taken apart along with watching your video. It corrected the original problem of a leaking tub, but now when it goes into spin, it makes a loud grinding noise as if I have a bearing going out. Does the tub bearing need to grease prior to installing the clutch assembly? If Not what else could the trouble be? It did not have the grinding sound prior to installing the new parts. I APPRECIATE YOUR HELP

Bill for Model Number GTWN3000MOWS

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Loud, grinding noise during agitation only. Spins are quiet as normal. Sounds like metal on metal. Agitator is out, coupler looks ok, and splines of shaft are OK., Splines have not stripped inside of coupler. Will run complete cycle with no problems, aside from grinding. Is this a bearing, or ---? Thanks, Mike

Mike for Model Number WHDSR316G1WW

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My GE S2100 washer won't spin with load, but it spins fine without load (empty tub) or very light load (like some dry cloths). When it does spin it emits some high-pitch noise for about half minute and then sounds ok. The washer washes fine. Could this problem be caused by a bad tub bearing? Actually I have removed the tub bearing for visual check but I don't see anything obviously wrong with it as its surface looks smooth. How can I check whether a tub bearing is good or bad? Thanks!

Jim for Model Number S2100

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Works fine with no water or clothes in it but once it fills with water, the tub drops down so when it starts to agitate it squeaks and bangs. What do you think the problem is?

Jeff W for Model Number WHDSR315DAWN

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When the washer spins it makes a loud roaring noise.

Dpp for Model Number WH2X1198

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Our washer is leaving grease spots on some of our clothes. Could this be due to a bad bearing? How do I tell if it is the bearing or the transmission?

Gary for Model Number WCRE6270D1WW

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My washer tub sits about 1 in lower from the top of the lid then when it was new. when its in the spin cycle it hit the sides and front and back of the case. I looked at the dampening straps and they look fine and are attached. The Suspension Rod & Spring Assembly looks ok. when I push on the tub when empty it moves down about 1 in. and springs back. should their be more movement in the suspension rod or is their another possible problem.

Samuel for Model Number wbb209og8ww

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Seems to work properly and go through all cycles. However on spin cycle it is very loud, not banging or knocking, just very loud "like an airplane". The faster it spins, the louder it get. You already advise me to change the transmission assembly. What is the hub number. Should I try first the hub? does this model has bearing tub? If it it has it, will be the cause of the noise. Thanks

Franco for Model Number WHDRE526E1WW

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Loud only on spinning cycle.

Franco for Model Number WHDRE526E1WW

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Hello My washer will agitate but does not spin except once in a while. And when it does spin it sounds very loud. And some times it tries to spin but stops.I just replaced the timer so thats not it, please help !

Mike S. for Model Number Hot Point VVSR1070DAWW

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