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    • Part Number: AP2047612
    • MFG Part Number: WH45X10027
    • Made by: GE
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Hi, yes the washer was clicking. I was hoping by cleaning it up that would help. Does the spring on the brake get weak after time. This is a washer that had been setting out side for some time.was like a free be. OK, thanks again

Kevin P. for Model Number WJSE4150B1WW

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I Had to remove the hub from the inner basket because there was a lot of stuff collecting between the basket and hub. the question, what kind of adhesive is put between the two. Does it need to be water tight? or just enough to keep debri from getting between the two.

Kevin P. for Model Number WJSE4150B1WW

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How do you replace inner hub from basket ?

John for Model Number wsse4220aww

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I'm trying to find the OEM part that will work to replace my GE inner Tub Hub model number (WDRR2500K3WW). Can you help me with find the hub that will work?

Lou for Model Number WDRR2500K3WW

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I had chat RE; Washer started to make loud whirring,whining type noise as the spin speed increases. Possible solution is to replace the Tub Bearing AP2045289 and Hub AP2047612. There is video showing how to replace the bearing but nothing on the Hub. Can you provide instructions or info on how to replace the Hub. Also is there any other possible cause? I don't want to do all the disassembly and assembly and find the problem still exists. Thanks.

Tom Z for Model Number WWSE5420G1WW

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I heard water inside the balance ring of my ge washer,so I thought it was cracked,so I drained the liquid out.Did I ruin the balance ring?

Ralph for Model Number whdsr315d5ww

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Grease or oil is getting into the wash water, I think from somewhere by the agitator?

Gary for Model Number wbsr3140dawn

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I have a GE profile washer that has a stainless steel inner tub with what appeared to be an alluminum hub/base. It rotted away and disentegrated to the point the hub separated from the stainless steel tub. It is under warantee but I cannot find someone who will service it. So I am looking for a cheap fix. My model requires the entire assembly. I was wondering if this hub listed on your site might work with my washer rather than buying the entire stainless steel tub assembly. Thank you

Lou in Naples Fl. for Model Number WPRB8050D

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I have a 12 year old washer that does not agitate - all other functions work. I did some research and found the coupling air bell might be stripped. I got it out and checked, and it seems fine. The teeth were all there, and the agitator is not loose, as other posts described. What is the next part to check? The basket is hard to turn by hand - could it be the hub or the transmission? Thanks, JD

Jd for Model Number GE model #WVSR1060A1WW

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The hub (inner tub base, part #WH45X10027) on my washing machine is completely rusted through. I can manually spin the tub, and the agitator coupler doesn't move. In other words, the agitator coupler is separated from the tub. My question is - can I just replace the hub, or should I be replacing other parts at the same time? Thanks

David for Model Number WCSR4170D5WW

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