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    • Part Number: AP2046402
    • MFG Part Number: WH38X10002
    • Made by: GE
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Washer makes a very loud howling noise when it is in high speed spin what is the most probable repair.

Darrell for Model Number WNSE4200A0WW

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After fill of water when the wash cycle starts there is a loud noise and it seems the motor is pulling really hard to get everything going. Have noticed what appears to be some type of oil on the floor coming from under the machine. this is a top load.

Doug for Model Number wwa8350gbl

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My agitator makes normal move during the wash cicle and the tub makes the same freely too!!! I think the brake assembly is wrong. What could possibly be wrong with this GE Cothes Washer mod. WCSR2090D0WW. Thanks

Tomas for Model Number WCSR2090D0WW

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Should transmission move in both direction. My motor runs in a counter clockwise direction, but transmission at pully will only move in a clockwise direction. Thanks.

William for Model Number wwsr3090t8ww

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Ge washer did not spin. Now when it spins when it spins sounds like a jet and going way to fast.

Mike

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My grandma gave me a GE Select washer. There is a leak that doesn't seem to stop. I finally saw tonight where it was coming from. There is just one bolt on the transmission and brake assembly where it is leaking. Could that be easily fixed by replacing the bolt? Or does the whole thing need to be replaced?

Brittany

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I recently had sears tech come out for my washer because it was not spinning clothes during rinse cycle it was making loud noise he told me bearings so I ordered and changed my self because it would take two and a half weeks for them to order parts and make appointment so I changed it machine spun fine noise did not go away now now machine goes through cycles when it drains it wont spin dry is it my transmission it will spin if it has a few items

Manny for Model Number washing machine s3700e4ww

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Washer agitates but will not spin. Drain during spin works but tub does not move. What do I need to replace? Thanks

Jim for Model Number wnsr3120woww

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Just replaced the transmission for brakes not holding during agitation. Now, the motor will not spin nor will the agitator work. The motor will hum for a couple seconds and then stops that. The pulley does NOT move at any time... Does the weight on the transmission have to be on the motor side or away? Any ideas why the motor won't work? I'm really confused on this as I put it together using your exploded diagrams and directions off the web. I would have been better off buying a new washing machine.....in hindsight.

Guy for Model Number WCSR2070T5WW

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My GE washer is pretty noisy when agitating. After some online research, I was able to remove the front panel and observe that the noise occurs as the entire tub is shifts back and forth. I also noticed that the inner tub is slowly rotating clockwise. There doesn't seem to be any issues with the spin and drain operations. Now, I am confused because my online research led me to a GE Hydrowave repair guide that indicates these symptoms are a bad "mode shifter". However, I don't believe that this model (WDRR2500KWW)has a mode shifter. Is it normal for the entire tub to swing back and forth during agitation? If not, what should I replace? Thank you.

James for Model Number wdrr2500kww

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