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    • Part Number: AP2045284
    • MFG Part Number: WH2X1193
    • Made by: GE
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Do you know what size this nut is? Is it 1 11/16", because it is too tight and I'll maybe need a impact drill ?

Ricardo

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I need to change tub bearing.

Clarence F. for Model Number glwn5050mows

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I have a new tub, and cant get the tub nut off, the old tub. The nut wrench looks like its a spanner wrench, not a 1 5/8 nut wrench. Am I doing something wrong ?

Mark for Model Number WCRD205ODOWC

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Is this a reverse thread nut?

Paul for Model Number ge wh2x1193

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If the threads needs to chased before installing the hub nut(AP2045284), what size die is required?

Clay

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I have the spanner tool....but this nut will not budge. I can not get it off. I have tried penetrating oil and lots of hammering for 2 days. Any ideas?

E for Model Number wjsr4160daww

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After removing the hub nut, how does the hub itself come off the shaft ?

Joe for Model Number WLRR4500GOWW

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Too much free play on shaft. Removed agitator and air bell. Way too much shaft free play as it comes through the hub nut. Perhaps in need of a bearing somewhere? Washer works perfectly in all cycles....it just agitates very loudly because of all this free play......clunk clunk clunk clunk. Any suggestions?

Paul for Model Number wjsr2070b2ww

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Thanks. I took the spin basket out and it seems to have liqiud sloshing around inside ,but it won't pore out.Is this normal? I think, maybe the water trapped insided is causing the basket to be out of ballance. Could that be, and could that shake the nut loose? Everything else looks fine.

Thom for Model Number wwse5240goww

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The hub nut keeps coming loose. What would cause that?

Thom for Model Number wwse5240g0ww

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