24/7 Customer Support

CHECKOUT
Items in Cart:
Total
$0.00

Customer Questions and Answers for Tub Bearing Washer by GE

  1. Our Price $2.74
    Compare At $4.41
    You Save $1.67
     Watch Video
    • Part Number: AP2045288
    • MFG Part Number: WH2X1197
    • Made by: GE
    Add to Cart

Questions & Answers

For GE Tub Bearing Washer (Part Number: AP2045288)

Ask a Question

Most Interesting  |  Latest Questions

when washer spins it has a growling noise what bearing is it

Texas for Model Number wnxr2100t8ww

Answer

1 person found this answer helpful.

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

I replaced part 311(seal) 313(split ring) 314(bearing washer) and 315(hub washer), and the washer still leaks. I did not see a listing for GE part # WHX1198 (tub bearing) but the old one seems fine. What else should I do? Also the bearing washer seems free floating 1/8 to 1/4 inch on the shaft between the transmission and the tub bearing, is this supposed to be like that? Thanks

Brenda for Model Number WBSR1060TAWW

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

A few years ago we thought a bearing was going out on our washing machine. We didn't investigate and replace it. Now, we have a water leak and when we pull off the agitator, we can see that it is rusted under there. Hubby insists that the leak in coming from a bad bearing within/inside of the transmission although he hasn't torn it apart. I, on the other hand, do not agree with him and believe if it had a bearing that bad, the transmission would not be working properly, and would like be spewing oil instead of water. Therefore, I think it needs a tub seal, tub bearing and maybe a couple of other parts. I think we need to go over the machine systematically to check for leaks. He claims that he sees the water coming from that area (which would be the top/shaft of the tranny); therefore, he doesn't need to look anywhere else. There is also rust there. So, it's obviously the water is leaking through there. Please advise.

Jaycee for Model Number WHSE5240D0WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Loud noise in final cycle not getting hot sound a little like rubbing/grinding.

Mondo for Model Number wwse6260b1ww

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Hi I have a GE wprs3100w0ww that is leaking from the tub bearing washer 314 on the diagram that's on the bottom attached to a black metal plate with only one screw the water then drips down the transmission shaft to the bottom of the machine and onto the floor. I replaced the washer tub seal but it is still leaking from the washer bearing any ideas on how to stop the leak? I already took it apart again to make sure the seal was in tight and it still leaks. the only weird thing was the washer hub set just above the washer tub seal and there was still some gunk on the washer hub and split ring but I don't think that's what's causing the leak.. need help in Canby thanks

Jeff for Model Number wpsr3100w0ww

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Hot water takes too long to fill. Is this part easy to change-replace?

Ralph for Model Number WBSR3140D3WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

GE washer making noise in wash cycle while agitating. Starts agitating fine the noise starts that sounds like relays switching. Then drains and fills for rinse normally. During rinse agitation the noise occurs again, but its a loud mechanical knocking. Final spin is ok and has normal noises. I would think motor except for the loud mechanical sounding noise during rinse. Anything I can do to confirm before purchasing parts?

RBOW20 for Model Number WLE4000B1WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Top load GE washer about 7 years old,Machine made a lot of noise during all cycles and stopped working. Replaced 2 speed clutch motor with 2 sp clutchless and capacitor and rewired according to directions. Machine goes thru all cycles (still noisy) but won't final spin unless empty. Also 2nd rinse is shut off but red light goes on showing 2nd rinse active and a second rinse does occur. It agitates fine and does the first spin without any problem. Could the loud grinding noise be the tub bearing? and could the problem with final spin and second rinse be the control board??? Thanks for any help

Falsales for Model Number WHDSEC820COWW

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

Have grease in tub. What needs replacing?

Man for Model Number WBSR3140D3WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

My washer is leaking down at the tub bearing is located. I think it just needs to be tightened. Is it possible to tighten it.

Andrew for Model Number WLE6000B2WW

Answer

Was this helpful?

1 Answer

 

 
 
We are Safe, Secure, Dependable and Trusted
  • BizRate.com Customer Certified Site - Click to Verify