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    • Part Number: AP4380186
    • MFG Part Number: WH38X10017
    • Made by: GE
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rods and spings seem to be fine. washer does't seem to spin to obsesivly rough just wobbles a little. agitator moves independant of the basket when washing. the only thing it is not going is that last real fast spin at the end of the cycle. if it was a motor board problem like you said would it not show a board fault code. I tkink your right there is something not telling it to go to that high speed but at the price of a new motor and the trouble to put it in i would like to be as sure as i can be. is there no other control boards that may send a signal to the motor it's time to ramp up.

Steve for Model Number WPRE6150H2WT

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Washer does not reach its fastest spin speed. Starts out on a low speed then goes to a faster speed and stays there for the rest of the spin cycle. It use to go to a real fast spin. Clothes are coming out a little more wet than they should. The led light shows no codes light flashes every .5 to 1 sec or so constantly. reset anyway no change. any help will be appreciated.

Steve for Model Number wpre6150k2wt

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Washer is extremely loud in spin cycle only. Seems like there is play in the transmission when I move the pulley back and forth. Also seems like the inner tub slows down very fast when the lid is opened. I replaced the tub seal and bearing tonight but washer is still loud. Need help please.

Joe for Model Number GTWN3000M2WS

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I have a GE washer and it would not agitate or spin altho the timer worked fine,only it never agitated or spun. I rest my motor as informed and it worked fine thru 2 washes then the problem reoccurred and after it filled with water it never agitated or spun. Can it be the motor or mode shifter?

Jt for Model Number GE washer 175d2750g310

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When installing the shaft and tube assembly, the split ring does it go with the tapered end up or down. Also does the washer for this go on before the split ring or after right under the nut. Thanks Doug

Doug for Model Number WJRE5550H2WW

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The middle shifter is not working. I men he is not shaking rest every thing working fine.

Ahad for Model Number WPRE6150K2WT

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Noticed water on the floor. Took front off and didn't see any leaks. Loaded machine and started wash cycle. Machine starts to fill, but instead of agitating, the whole drum starts to spin quite rapidly causing water to splash over top of drum. Is the shaft and mode shifter defective and need replacing?

Wayne for Model Number WJRE5550K2WW

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During the agitation cycle, the drier makes a whining noise. It is quite loud. It was only occurring in one direction and not it occurs in both directions. Am I looking at a new mode shifter? This model does not have gears and I want to make sure I order the right part.

Roger for Model Number WHRE5550K2WW

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When turning washer on wash cycle, the drum spins the same direction as the agitator. The fault light blinks 4 times which indicates a problem with the mode shifter assembly. Did ohm test on circuit and showed no ohms. How do I know for sure what my problem is? Thanks

Frank for Model Number WPRE6150H1WT

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Washer is completely level but when it spins fast to spin the water out of the clothes, it makes lots of "dang dong" noises. Seems like the tube hitting the exterior housing shell very hard. Please help! Thanks

Perry for Model Number GTWN4250D0WS

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