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    • Part Number: AP4536552
    • MFG Part Number: WH20X10058
    • Made by: GE
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I'm getting 4 flashes on the motor, and the mode shifter coil is open. I bought a new GE mode Shifter for replace. It Burned again. Do i need to replace a new GE Motor inverter and The Mode Shifter in the Same Time. My Motor Mode is 175D5106G065.Thank You for Your Answer.

Johnathan for Model Number GTWN5050MOWS

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Hello - my washer does not spin or agitate...it is a GE WPRE6100G2WT & I am looking for the correct motor part number for this machine, unfortunately I was not able to locate it on the item. Where can I look for it or are you able to suggest a part # for this motor in order to be replaced?

Alonzo C. for Model Number WPRE6100G2WT

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I'm getting 4 flashes on the motor, and the mode shifter coil is open. However, I've read that some motors have a firmware defect that blows the shifter if the door is opened at the wrong time. The part # of the motor on mine is 175D5106G030. Apparently,high voltage is applied to the shifter for too long, which blows a thermal cutout. Is this motor firmware issue correct? Wouldn't GE be obligated to repair/replace washers with this problem since they are damaging themselves?

Jmiller for Model Number WBB4500G1WW

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My motor WH20X10058 has failed in my washer MD# wpre615oh1wt. I have another motor WH20X10057 will it work ?

Jason for Model Number wpre615oh1wt

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Hello- after replacing the clutch assembly in my GE washer I now get the LED lights flashing 4 times on the motor and based on the instructions provided, it translates to a failing mode shift circuit and should check the mode shifter coil! Does this mean the motor needs to be replaced?!!! Thanks

Simon for Model Number wpre6100g0wt

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Is it fit to my washer's motor?

Kwanwoo for Model Number WPRE6100G

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Hello - my washer does not spin or agitate...i have replaced the lid switch and now replaced the motor, still no luck, when i tried running the washer with the new motor it started to smoke...did I fry the new motor? Also, neither motor has an LED that I can see...from other answers it seems that the next step would be the timer board...and to check voltages...however I dont have a tester...thoughts on how to proceed? Thanks

Sg Lane for Model Number GE WJRR4170E6WW

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My washing machine Mod WJRE5550H1WW goes through cycle (fills with water drains etc) the motor does not turn on. I tried to reset as recommended by GE by disconnecting electric, waiting 1 minute, and opening the door 6 times which did not work. Is the motor gone or is there some circuit I have to check before buy the motor?

Paul for Model Number WJRE5550H1WW

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Washer will not go into final spin. Is the final spin cycle control housed in the motor assembly?

Tgbaker for Model Number MD: WLRR5000G0WW

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My GE washer motor does will not work, but it does not have any error codes ( the light flashes normal ). I checked the lid switch, the fuse and the shifter coil, what's my next step. Is there a way to power the motor to see if it will spin ?

Stewart

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