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    • Part Number: AP2046402
    • MFG Part Number: WH38X10002
    • Made by: GE
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I have noticed wet-looking marks on my clothes. I first thought it was fabric softener but have changed my routine and eliminated fabric softener all together and use white vinegar instead. Still have spots. Then I changed my laundry detergent to liquid and didn't use as much. Spots still continue. Please don't tell me this is due to a bad transmission.

Barbie for Model Number WHDSR315DAWW

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I this GE washer which is *really* loud during the spin cycle. How would I narrow down it being either A) the motor or B) the transmission (definitely). I'm assuming that it is the transmission but am afraid if I were to purchase this part I'll find out it was really the motor.

James K for Model Number WBSE3120B2WW

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Washer works completely fine in all modes but agitate I took off cover and agitator and transmission shaft seams to move very easly in both directions like it isn't connected to any gears what so ever doesn't spin in cycle either when exposed, leaks some water from it, and makes a weird noise from top side as well when ingaged does this mean the transmission is bad and wont engage why noise is present as well???

Eric B for Model Number ge wdsr2080d2ww

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GE unit is uncharacteristicly loud as it works through spin/rinse cycles. What could be the possible causes?

Gary for Model Number WCRE627DOCC

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I have a Hotpoint washer it. Will do everything: spin, drain, everything except it will not wash. May this be the transmission?

Stephen for Model Number VBXR109OD8WW

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Hi I have an older washer and now it appears that there is grease/oil coming out under the agitator. any Idea where that may be coming from? Seal from transmission leaking perhaps? Thanks

Rein for Model Number GE WLSE 3150

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Do you sell the seal for the bushing on transmission?

Tammy for Model Number gg177698g

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I replaced the tub bearing yesterday, everything seems fine, except the spin cycle is much louder than before. I didn't use any grease. Is there a break in period on the new bearing, will it quiet down over time? Do I need to use some sort of grease on the new bearing? Thank you

Eric W for Model Number WWRE5240D1WW

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My trans shaft is pitted. Will this cause leak at tub seal?

Ken for Model Number WJSR2070B2WW

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10 year old washer won't spin with medium to large load size. Motor hums and smells after a couple minutes. I open the lid, spin the drum counter clockwise, close the lid and it will spin. When spinning by hand or if the motor spins the drum while loaded, it makes a loud clunking noise. With the front cover off the spinning parts underneath seem out of balance. When the washer is empty and "spin only" is selected, it starts and stops just fine with not nearly as much noise. Water looks to be dripping from transmission bearing area. The floor under the unit is pretty wet and dirty. Thx for the help, great site.

Kevin for Model Number WCSE6270B2WW - GE Washer

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