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General Electric Washer CLUTCH
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1 Review
PartSelect Number PS11729473
Manufacturer Part Number WH05X24185
This is a clutch for your washing machine. The clutch is made of a white plastic material and is used within washing machines to engage and disengage the transmission during the wash and spin cycles, and ultimately help spin the basket of the tub so your clothes finish damp and not soaked. If your washer has issues with spinning or agitating, this part is likely broken or has worn out, and will need to be replaced. To replace this part, some disassembly of your washer will be required, and tools like a screwdriver and socket wrench will be needed. This clutch is sold as an individual and does not come with any other parts.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Noisy and Marks Left on Clothes
  • Spinning Issues
  • Will not agitate
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Installation Instructions
Marvin from SHOSHONE, ID
Washer not spinning
Tilt washer back.
Remove belt gaurd.
Remove belt.
Remove pulley.
Remove clutch and shifter.
Install in reverse order
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General Electric Washer ROD & SPRING Assembly LEFT - WHITE
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6 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12343381
Manufacturer Part Number WH16X26911
This is a manufacturer-made suspension rod and spring assembly for your washing machine. This suspension rod is one of four suspension rods that make up the entirety of the inner suspension of your washing machine, and if worn out or damaged, must be replaced immediately. If you hear loud or excessive banging noises from your washing machine, this and/or other suspension rods within the washing machine are worn out. This specific suspension rod is the left assembly, so the parts for the other side of your washing machine will also be required when replacing this one, considering they all wear at a relatively similar rate. This suspension rod assembly is sold individually, so it does not come with any other suspension rods.
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Installation Instructions
Donn from FREDERICKSBRG, TX
Washer was shaking while on spin cycle
Extremely easy. You will need a helper to make it easy. The best directions are on you tube. Read more...
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General Electric Washer MODE SHIFTER
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5 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS16554752
Manufacturer Part Number WH03X30517
This is a mode shifter or shift actuator for models of washing machine. Mode shifters are designed to change the function of the washing machine motor, between spinning cycles and agitation, and is usually installed at the bottom of the washer. If your washing machine is not spinning or agitating during its washing cycle, or if it simply does not start, this shift actuator is likely bad and in need of replacing. This shift actuator is made mostly of plastic, and features two holes to secure it with screws, as well as a single wire harness that connects within your washing machine. This shifter is an OEM part and is sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Noisy and Marks Left on Clothes
  • Spinning Issues
  • Will not agitate
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Installation Instructions
Marvin from SHOSHONE, ID
Washer not spinning
Tilt washer back.
Remove belt gaurd.
Remove belt.
Remove pulley.
Remove clutch and shifter.
Install in reverse order
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General Electric Washer ROD & SPRING Assembly RIGHT - GREEN
PartSelect Number PS12343380
Manufacturer Part Number WH16X26910
This rod and spring assembly is designed to fit with washing machines and is made by the original manufacturer of your washer. It is a part of the washer suspension system that helps to stabilize and support the drum. The rod is a cylindrical plastic component that connects the drum to the outer frame of the washing machine. The spring is made of metal and provides tension and elasticity. The assembly is designed to absorb shocks and vibrations while the washer is running to help prevent excessive movement. If the assembly is damaged or out of alignment, the washer will be unstable and noisy. This assembly is designed to fit on the right side of the washer.
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Installation Instructions
Donn from FREDERICKSBRG, TX
Washer was shaking while on spin cycle
Extremely easy. You will need a helper to make it easy. The best directions are on you tube. Read more...
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General Electric Washer BELT DRIVE
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12299369
Manufacturer Part Number WH01X27538
This is a drive belt for various models of dryer. This belt is responsible for allowing the drive motor to rotate the dryer drum. Over time and with use, this belt will wear out and if it becomes damaged, it will no longer be useable and must be replaced. This belt is made of durable rubber and measures approximately 23 inches long. Please note that your existing belt may measure longer than this replacement belt; this is normal and is due to stretch the belt undergoes over time and use. Replacing this belt will require some disassembly of your dryer and will require a screwdriver and wrench to remove and install. This dryer drive belt is sold individually and does not come with any other parts or accessories.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Spinning Issues
  • Spins slowly
  • Will not agitate
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Installation Instructions
Henry from OKANOGAN, WA
Noisy spin, no agitation.
Cleaned pulleys. Replaced worn belt. Read more...
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General Electric Washer Pump Drain Assembly
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72 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12723115
Manufacturer Part Number WH23X28418
This drain pump assembly is for washers. Drain pump assembly removes water from the washer during the drain portion of the cycle. The assembly may include multiple parts; refer to your parts diagram for a complete list of parts included.
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Installation Instructions
Mike from NAPLES, FL
Washer ran fine but woudl not drain water - low humming noise
Drain all the water out of the tub with a shop vac
Remove rear drain hose and drained rest of water into a bucket
Remove small rear panel (bottom left hand corner) where the drain hose connects
Tipped washer up about 45 degrees to get underneath it - Supported it with a few paint cans
Remove internal drain hose/clamps from pump - w/ pliers
Remove belt cover (gray plastic) with socket - 3 bolts
Remove wire assembly plug from socket
Remove old drain pump with socket - 3 bolts
Install new drain pump - 3 bolts - plug wire assembly into socket
Reinstall belt cover - 3 bolts
Reinstall hose to drain pump (note panel will be inside washer)
Feed drain hose panel through hole and reinstall - 1 nut
Re attached drain hose to exterior drain plug
You are done !
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General Electric Washer Tub Dampening Strap
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35 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS271100
Manufacturer Part Number WH1X2727
The tub dampening straps support the wash tub and reduce vibration by keeping the tub at the center of the cabinet. If your washer shakes and moves, or is making a loud banging noise during the wash cycle, the washing machine tub could be off-balance, meaning one or more of these straps may be loose, or broken. Other symptoms include: the washer leaking, not agitating, or pumping but not spinning. These straps are sold individually. However, we recommend that you replace all 4 straps at the same time. It is also recommended that you check the tub for cracks where these straps mount.
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Installation Instructions
molly from laguna niguel, CA
broken dampening strap and loose agitator
first remove the front washer cover by finding the two pressure clips that hold it to the top lid. gently push the putty knife into the clips one at a time. this will raise and separate them from the front panel. the panel will tilt forward and u can now remove it from the bottom clips by sliding it up and out. to open the top cover u remove the two 1/4 in screws on the sides of the front panel and lift the top. make sure to secure it in place or unplug the single electrical connection at the rear and remove the whole top from the clips, its really simple and the most convenient mehtod. to remove the straps u can now get to all four without much interference. there are two size screw heads so make sure u have a nut driver or small socket set. after changing the straps i went to change the agitator coupling. the agitator pulled directly up without a problem. just put your two hands under and pull straight up with one good jolt. the plastic coupler has one bolt in the middle that came out easily with a small socket set. my problem arose when the plastic coupler would not come off the metal shaft. after a short time of pulling and prying i finally decided to cut it off. using a small hacksaw and taking my time i put two cuts into the coupler. they were on opposite sides and where vertical, running along the steel shaft. i could now split it in two and it came off very easily and quickly. now when putting on the new one make sure the splines line up. push as far down as u can then use the center bolt to seat the gear all the way down. the agitator also has to be lined up just right. it also has splines on the interior that allow it to line up with the coupler and merely push down until it reseats itself in place. replace the top of the washer and then the front panel. don't forget to rebolt the top panel to the frame. push the front panel in until it snaps into place. full replacement time was about 40 minutes and actually not bad with the right tools. Read more...
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General Electric Washer LID LOCK SERVICE KIT
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85 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS17626546
Manufacturer Part Number WH08X37938
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door won’t close
  • Locking Issues
  • Will not agitate
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Installation Instructions
Wiley from Wilson, NC
Wife pull up door when it was in lock mode
Lift up door removed lid lock with screwdriver installed new part Read more...
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General Electric Washer SPRING CLUTCH
PartSelect Number PS11763251
Manufacturer Part Number WH01X24434
Fixes these symptoms
  • Noisy and Marks Left on Clothes
  • Spinning Issues
  • Will not agitate
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Installation Instructions
Jose E from Mission, TX
Grinding noise LIke Gears that are not setting correctly.Disc
Disconnect power,turn off water,disconnect hose hot and cold. Disconnect drain hose careful water may drain out after you disconnect. Move washer to a place where you have enough room to work.Now lean washer to the floor on its back side Make sure to hold the lid from falling back I secure the lid with tape so it would not open. The washer should on its back side , you should see a gray wheel with a nut.Remove nut and pull the gray wheel off. you feel a magnetic pull, Once removed, you will see 3 screws remove stator now remove all screws holding the speed senors remove Mode shifter hold the Clutch because the spring is under it. Once you start it easy to replace. install new parts. Read more...
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General Electric Washer Water Inlet Valve Assembly
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36 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12726769
Manufacturer Part Number WH13X26535
NO LONGER COMES W/GASKET, PER GE
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • No hot or cold water
  • Water Filling Issues
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Installation Instructions
George from CLARKSVILLE, TN
Cold water dripping inside of washer from inlet valve
Turn off hot and cold water supply valves feeding washer.
Disconnect both water hoses from washing machine.
Remove two screws (one on each side) from upper silver colored metal plate on back of washer to allow access to (blue) water inlet valve.
Slightly lift the bottom portion of metal plate and slide to release hooks for easy removal.
Pull back and tilt forward plastic control panel to get it out of your way.
Disconnect two electrical connections (one on each side) of water inlet valve. One of these came off easily but the other one was stubborn and I had to force it off with a screw driver. If there is an easier way I don't know what it is.
Remove two screws from water inlet valve. (one on each side)
Gently pull up on stainless steel water temperature sensor located in the middle of the water inlet control valve. It has a black wire connected to it so be careful.
Once you have disconnect the sensor you can remove the water inlet valve.
If you look closely you will see a small blue O-ring in the hole where you removed the water temp sensor from the water inlet valve.
The new valve DOES NOT come with a replacement O-ring so you
will have to re-use the old one. I used a small jeweler's screwdriver to get the old out of the hole.
Don't forget to install the O-ring or your washer WILL leak!
Put everything back together in reverse order.
Check hose connections for leaks.
Hope this helps somebody. Wish I had known about the O-ring. It would have saved me a headache.
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GE dryers are known for their high power and cleaning efficiency. If you own a GE washer, you are likely familiar with features such as the UltraFresh Vent System, Odor Block, and SmartDispense. To keep enjoying these features, you will likely need to perform regular maintenance on your washer. We are here to help!

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Common GE Washing Machine Problems and How to Fix Them

Troubleshooting your GE washing machine may look tough, but don’t worry. We provide expert repair guides to help you find and address any issues you may have. You can trust our ability to make troubleshooting your washing machine easy and successful.

Noisy GE Washing Machine – Your GE washing machine has a variety of parts that experience motion during use. It is not uncommon for these parts like pumps and drive belts to become worn over time and start to create unpleasant noises like knocking or grinding. Determining the cause of the noise in your washing machine is as easy as isolating the area where the noise is coming from.

Leaking GE Washing Machine – It may be alarming to see water leaks coming from your GE washing machine. With the motion created by use, it is not uncommon to see a part like a pump or hose develop a bad seal or become damaged leading to a water leak. You can address the problem by finding the source of water to ensure all connections are in place and no damage is present, making sure your machine can run without any water leaks.

GE Washing Machine Will Not Start – Dealing with a GE washing machine that won’t start can be annoying. This is frequently related to damaged drive motors or start switches, but it could also be due to a broken door or lid strike. After making sure the problem is not simply caused by a loose power cord, which can happen as the machine moves during use, you should first inspect the lid or door strike for any damages which would not allow this to latch, then move on to the electrical parts such as drive motor or start switch. By addressing these areas you can fix the problems, allowing your appliance to start once again.

GE Washing Machine Will Not Spin – It can be unsettling when your GE washing machine’s spinning function is not working as expected. With the number of moving parts in your machine, it’s not surprising to face issues like a damaged door lock or a worn-out direct drive motor coupling. By inspecting these areas, you can pinpoint and repair the issue, ensuring your washing machine spins properly.

GE Washing Machine Does Not Drain – If your GE washing machine is failing to drain, it could be as simple as checking the parts essential for proper drainage. This issue is often caused by obstructions within a connection hose or a blockage within the pump itself. By looking at these key areas, you can identify and resolve the problem, allowing your washing machine to drain after each cycle.

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