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    • Part Number: AP2046344
    • MFG Part Number: WH23X42
    • Made by: GE
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I have got an older GE clothes washer heavy duty 7 programs, recently had water leaking from the bottom. I took the back off and it seem that when it is on spin cycle the water is shooting out of a small round hole (looks factory) in the plastic water pump is there suppose to be a plug in this or is it dirty and spitting out or do i need a new pump.

Pierre for Model Number 199B2060 or P-200

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Machine has a rattling sound in the drive when agitating. Is agitator gear box available.

Maurice Johnson for Model Number WWA3350GAL

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Hi there , my dish washer is not getting water into it to wash the dishes. Could the water pump be not pumping the water from the hot water line? Checked and there is water pressure. This is the 2nd washer in 5 years. please help. thanks

Travis for Model Number ge profile dishwasher

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M washer is 15+ it is a hand me down GE. There is a small wet patch that showed up under it. Can you tell what it could be my Dryer went out recently. Am deciding to buy used set or to fix whether it is worth it.

Ruth for Model Number WWA8800RBL-WH

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On my GE washer with pump # AP2046344 when the wash water recirculates it does not flow far enough to land in the filter basket. Been doing this for quite some time. Is this a design defect or an indication of a weak pump?

Chas

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My front loader originally wasn't spinning all the water out. Now it is not draining at all. I have tried to hit the drain and spin and neither is working. Another thing is I have tried to re-cycle and the water will not drain.

Julie for Model Number ge front loader

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This is the second pump that I have to replace in the year 2011. Is there a way to keep the seals from drying out during the hot summer months when I'm not here to use the machine?

Pallus for Model Number WLW4700BAL

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As a follow up to my original question, is there a molded hole that is part of the construction of the pump? Is it supposed to remain open? What is the hole for? If I plug the hole to stop the water leak, do I risk additonal damage to the pump and other parts?

Tom

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I needed to use the washer again after taking it out of service about 10 years ago. It appears to be leaking out of a port hole on the neck of the water pump about an inch above the coupling to the motor. Since the hole appears to be molded into the body of the pump I am not sure if a plug came out or perhaps a seal broke inside the pump allowing water from the inside to get to the hole. Is there a molded hole on the water pump that is supposed to have a plug or be left open?

Tom for Model Number G-136-O GE Washer

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Water seems to leak from between the base of the plastic housing of the pump and where the baffles are clamped on....hoses aren't leaking....could it be anything else besides the pump?

Jay for Model Number GE 30 yrs old

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