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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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If I am having a difficult time removing the Hub Nut WH2X1193 using the spanner wrench TB123A and hammer is it possible to heat the nut with a small propane torch in order to assist or will the heat from the torch cause damage to something else? I have already applied for multiple days PB Blaster and WD-40 without success. The inner tub and most of the hub are removed and I only have a small portion of the hub attached by the nut still on the shaft because the entire hub deteriorated and broke free. The plastic inner tub is wide enough not to be affected by the heat but is there anything on the shaft below that I may damage with the heat from the torch? The torch and heat trick works well with rusted frozen nuts and bolts on auto repairs.

Kevin

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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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