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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 have a GE model# WHDRR418G2WW washer that I have just replaced the tub bearing and washer and have put the shaft & mode shifter assembly back on the tub and about ready to re-insert the tub seal, but before I re-install the tub seal, do I need to add any grease to the inside of the seal, or on the shaft of the mode shifter assembly? I dont recall any grease when I removed the tub seal to replace the tub bearing part. If yes, is there any particular grease recommended, or will standard machine grease work?

Roge R for Model Number WHDRR418G2WW

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How do you know when the tub nut is tight enough? I hammered it a few times and on the 2nd post-fix wash, it loosened and the inner tub went nuts, scraping plastic everywhere. When I took the laundry out, the nut was pretty loose.

Matt G

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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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