I purchased the pulley kit WH07X10016 for my washer WBVH6240FXX and it didn't fit. Did I order the wrong part number?
Answer Hello Arturo. Based on the model number you provided, WH07X10016 is the correct drive kit. You need to make sure the splines are installed properly on the the shaft of the inner basket.
On this washer I would like to know what # 327 and 330 on the diagram does for the belt.
This is the flange and the flange bolt. The are what hold the motor to the tub and have nothing to do with the belt. The flange will attach to the tub and the bolt will go through the motor and connect to the flange to hold the motor in place.
nut is tight on the drum pulley i can move pully left or right before it starts to turn the drum do i need a new pulley ?
Answer Bobby, Yes, you'll need to replace the pulley, It has started to "round out" and is loose on the shaft. You'll also want to reduce the size of the wash loads, slightly. Thanks
GE front loader makes a terribly loud noise only during spin cycle. The pulley appears to be taut and no play. What could be causing this problem? Thanks in advance
Answer Hi. Remove the 3-screws on the top back lip. Slide the top back, up and off. Look at the tub weight bolts to see if they are loose. Make sure both tub top springs are hooked in the top of the frame plastic connectors. Remove the front lower cover and see if any one of the shocks are broken. If they are leaking grease or oil then replace them all. Shock part # WH01X10343. Look at the lower tub weight bolt also. Make sure the shock pins are connected at the bottom of the frame. If it sounds like a train instead of a jet during spin, then the rear outer tub part # WH45X10071 bearing and the inner tub part # WH45X10079 shaft is worn out. Thank You.