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    • Part Number: AP2046402
    • MFG Part Number: WH38X10002
    • Made by: GE
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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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The transmission assembly has a small seal near the end that fits into the tub. I will need to replace this seal. Can I buy that seal separately. Note this is NOT the tub seal. Thanks

Miguel for Model Number S2200y0ww

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Hi. I have another problem. My washer on wash cycle the tub is spinning and agitates at the same time. Could this be my transmission and brake assembly has gone out? I also notice some oil on the shield or bottom plate of the machine. Thanks for your help. You also helped me with my dryer a few weeks back. Thanks again for any info and help you can give me.

Debra for Model Number WJRR4170E4WW

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This washing machine makes a "worn ball bearing" type noise when it spins. If you spin the tub with your hand, you can feel that the bearings are worn. Would these bearings be in the transmission unit or the tub bearing?

Thanos for Model Number GTWN3000M1WS

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My tub seal was leaking, following your detailed video I installed new tub seal, but still leaking...sigh...I did noticed some wear on shaft which seal goes around on. As if rust was deteriorating. Could that cause to still leak? Thank you.

Edwin for Model Number S3600D0ww

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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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