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    • Part Number: AP5272299
    • MFG Part Number: WH12X10498
    • Made by: GE
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Hi there, my machine is doing all the cycle but doesnt squeeze the clothes. Some times it does not move at all but the engine is in good shape. Im asking. Could this be the clucth in the center of the machine?..

Carlos S for Model Number HSWP1000M2WW

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The washing machine control knob for different cycles keeps going through all the cycles and wont stop. When it does go through all the cycles, it doesn't fill the washer at all. When I push the knob in, to stop the switch, there is a constant ticking sound with nothing happening in the wash. Thanks

Nick for Model Number WBSR3140D0WW

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Hi, I'm looking for the water level selection rotary switch on a GE washer. Also, the knobs for this rotary switch and the water temperature selection switch. Thanks.

Stinger 52 for Model Number GE WDSR208063WW

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I need the switch that controls the water level. The stem of the switch broke off. What is the correct switch? Thank you

M.d. for Model Number GCWN2800D1WW

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I am looking for the "Settings" switch that controls the fabric softner on a GE top-load washer model # GTWN3000M1WS. Is the correct part switch # WH12X10498 / AP5272299?

Carl for Model Number GE GTWN3000M1WS

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Hello, I have a GE GTWN3000M1WS top-load washer. The "Settings" switch that controls the amount of fabric softner needs to be replaced. The knob was pulled off for cleaning and when we put it back on, the switch shaft pushed into the machine - like it went thru the back of the switch itself. Is the correct switch GE Part# WH12X10498?

Carl for Model Number GE GTWN300M1WS

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I am getting ready to order a timer want to know if on right track and if the rotary switch would have any thing to do with problem. The machine will wash if I turn it manual through each cycle. If not it will sit in that cycle be wash or spin or rinse.

Jerry

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control knob and what it connects to is stripped. I'm thinking that I need parts: 8, 7, 6, 100 and 9? Please advise as to if 'm on the right track? Sincerely, Mike Ramondeli

Michael for Model Number GE WBSR3140DAWW

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control knob and what it connects to is stripped. I'm thinking that I need parts: 8, 7, 6, 100 and 9? Please advise as to if 'm on the right track? Sincerely, Mike Ramondeli

Michael for Model Number GE WBSR3140DAWW

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I need at least a one pole (could be more) three position switch. I need it for some other use. Would that be a good description of this switch or do you have another one that meets that description.

Sander D

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