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    • Part Number: AP2045377
    • MFG Part Number: WH5X256
    • Made by: GE
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On my top-loading, GE, WCSR2080B2WW, the tub does not spin on the spin cycle. It seems to agitate fine. When I inspect the drive system as the washer is going, the retainer clip spins, and I can see that the rod that goes through the clutch is spinning, but the belt and clutch body themselves do not spin. I've replaced the V-belt, but the didn't fix the issue. With the unit unplugged, I can spin the clutch by turning the retainer clip by hand. Am I looking at replacing the clutch, or might it be something else? Thanks!

Asa for Model Number WCSR2080B2WW

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PULSING: When going into a spin cycle, the machine starts "pulsing." Lights dim with each pulse and there's a noise associated with it. While this is happening, however, the tub is spinning normally and after a minute, the noise and pulsing usually stop and the spin cycle completes. So I am able to do a load of wash successfully. SPEEDS: Additionally, this machine has Normal/Gentle wash and Fast/Slow spin cycles. The wash cycle works fine (until the spin part begins) BUT there is no difference in speeds between the Normal and Gentle settings (there used to be). And once the pulsing stops on the spin cycle and the spin is going fine, if I switch to the Slow spin speed, the pulsing begins again. If i switch right back to Normal speed, the spin instantly resumes with no pulsing and the cycle finishes. Clothing at the end of the wash is not sopping wet, so it seems as if the spin cycle is working, once is gets going. PARTS ORDERED: A previous agent I chatted with on Live Chat thought the control assembly board might be the problem. I ordered one and installed it. That was not the problem (and thanks to your generous return policy, I am in the process of returning it). Another Live Chat agent suggested it might be the clutch. So I have placed an order for a new clutch and belt, just in case. But she said it also may be the motor, so that's my question. My decision is whether to keep the clutch order in (it will be shipped tomorrow, Tuesday 5/27) or whether it's definitely the motor. If it's the motor, I will probably cancel my order and buy a new washer, given the cost of the motor part and the age of my current unit. Any thoughts would be very much appreciated!

Burt for Model Number WMSE4190A0WW

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I have a GE Profile Top Load washer... i noticed some water on the floor during a wash cycle.. I torn the machine down and ran it without the front panel attached.. i saw water coming from the over flow tube.. i also noticed the inner tub turning during agitation. my question.. Is this normal.. I was told that my Transmission was bad however i dont see a transmission on this model... I am unable to locate a model number.. any advice?

Irritated with GE for Model Number UNKNOWN

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When it's in wash cycle the agaitator don't move makes little noise would it be clutch or transmission.

Dusty

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How do you remove the clutch from the shaft on the washer (ap2045377)? Is it pressed on ?

Tommy for Model Number WCSR2080B2WW

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How do you remove the drive belt from the 2 pulleys it runs on? I ask this because I need to replace the clutch, but I can't get to that until the belt is off.

Richard for Model Number wpsq4160t8ww

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I don't need the entire clutch just the brake shoes. Is there a part number for just the shoes?

Adam for Model Number vvxr1040t5wb

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My washer doesn't spin all the water out of the clothes. I tightened the belt and it worked for a while but now it is doing the same and the belt seems to be tight enough.

Tony La F. for Model Number S2200YOWW

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There was a large blanket washing in the machine and now the machine doesn't spin fast enough to drain the water out. I noticed that the blanket was shredded. I don't have a book on this machine. Is their any way for me to get plans on disassembling this washer and can you give me an answer on what the problem might be?

Robert for Model Number wbse2090a2ww

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My washer does not spin. The motor looks running. But clutch assembly and motor does not strongly attached. The clutch assembly so loosely connected to the motor. Is it OK?

Joon for Model Number GE washer WCSE3100

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