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    • Part Number: AP4380186
    • MFG Part Number: WH38X10017
    • Made by: GE
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My washer runs through all cycles (fill, wash, rinse, and drain) just fine, but runs really slow on the spin cycles. The clothes come out soaking wet. Any suggestions?

Ballard C for Model Number WLSE4000G0WW

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Based on what I've read here, I'm sure I need a new Shaft & Mode Shifter (clunking noise during wash cycle) but my question is, how long will the current part last? It's been doing it for about 10 wash cycles but does not seem to have gotten any worse. Clothes are still washing ok and all other functions are fine. Will this part fail gradually or all at once? I would like to delay the repair for a while since my work area is non-A/C and I live in FL. Also, am I risking further damage to other parts by using it as-is? Thanks.

Gary for Model Number GE WPRE6100G0

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The washer will not go into the wash cycle. It would spin and pump the water out but will not wash. The light on the motor flashes on one second and off one second, this indicates normal operation. So why doesn't the washer go into the wash cycle? Thanks

Phillip for Model Number GTWP2000M2WW

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Clunking and grinding when washer is agitating. Took cover off and move pulley back and forth felt clunk.

Lin for Model Number whre5550k2ww

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Had 4 flashes, replaced mode shifter, now have constant flashing. Seems to be in normal running mode but still will not agitate or spin dry. Agitator rotates back & forth slowly every so often.

Dave for Model Number GEWHDRR418GWW

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My washer won´t wash and it won´t spin as it should. It spins very very slow, could you tell me if it is the transmission, or something else?

Robert for Model Number GTWN3000M1WS

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Have 9 Flashes, via led on the motor. Shaft and mode shifter assembly show 66 ohms, instead of 98 ohms. Based on information I have, would both parts need replacement?

John for Model Number GTWN4950LOWS

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Pump seemed fine, specific area to check. Will flash codes be on the motor or another location.

John for Model Number GTWN4950LOWS

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Washer does not fully spin, at the end of cycle, clothes are left wet. Checked all the common faults, suspect that mode shifter assembly.might be bad. Pump and hoses are clear.

John for Model Number GTWN4950LOWS

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I have all symptoms of a bad mode shifter (clucking noise, tub moving while agitating, 4 flashes, etc). I picked up a new mode shifter from local store and without disassembling anything on washer I simply unplugged old mode shifter and plugged new mode shifter (without fully installing it), reset error code and started washer. Nothing changed visually on new mode shifter and 4 flashes re appeared. Do I need to completely install mode shifter to make it work or do I have a bad motor? Surprisingly readings on my new and old mode shifter are about same i.e. around 68 ohms.

Jk for Model Number WHDSR316G3WW

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