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GE Heating Element

OEM Part Number – WE11X20397

This heating element and housing parts assembly is used on some electric dryers.  The element is a two-piece component, consisting of the heating element and the housing and is located inside on the back of the appliance.  If your electric dryer is not heating, you will need to test the thermal fuse first.  If the thermal fuse is good, you will need to check for loose or burnt wires or a break in the heating element coils.  if the coils have a break in them, the heating element will need to be replaced with a new one.  Remember to always disconnect the electrical power source to your appliance before you begin to repair it.  The most common symptoms of a bad heating element are, the dryer will not heat, laundry will not dry.

Why choose genuine GE OEM parts?  If your appliance says GE on the outside why not put genuine GE replacement parts on the inside.  Your appliance was manufactured and designed for maximum performance, reliability and efficiency.  To keep your GE appliance working like new, always use Original Equipment Manufactured parts to repair and maintain it with.

GE Defrost Thermostat

OEM Part Number – WR50X122

The defrost thermostat clips onto the evaporator and is located in the freezer section of the refrigerator.  The thermostat is used to control the temperature rise of the freezer during the defrost cycle.  Some common signs that the thermostat has failed are, the fridge temperature is warm, freezer is warm, icemaker not producing ice, freezer will not defrost.  Don’t forget to unplug or disconnect the electrical cord to the appliance before attempting to remove or replace any parts.

GE Evaporator Fan Motor

OEM Part Number – WR60X10307

The evaporator fan motor comes with the wire harness and thermistor, it is located in the back part of the freezer compartment.  This part is used to move air across the hot refrigerator coils, converting the heat into cold air, which is then circulated throughout the unit.  Some common complaints associated with an evaporator fan motor that has failed are, freezer is warm, fridge is warm and noisy.  Always unplug your appliance before attempting to repair it.

GE Drain Pump and Motor

OEM Part Number – WH23X10030

This genuine OEM drain pump and motor parts assembly is located in the right front corner, at the base of the machine.  The pump is used to help drain the water from the tub after each agitate cycle and during the spin cycle.  A common symptom that the drain pump has failed is, the washer will not drain the water out of the tub.  Repair tip: Check the pump ports and impeller for clogs or blockage before replacing the pump with a new one.

GE Detergent and Rinse Aid Dispenser

OEM Part Number – WD12X10163

This OEM detergent and rinse aid dispenser part is located inside the dishwasher door.  The dispenser is used to hold detergent and rinse aid and dispense them both during the wash cycles.  Some common signs that the dispenser is not working are, the dishwashers not cleaning dishes, won’t dispense detergent, lid won’t latch, lid will not open.  Please be sure to use the model number to ensure that this is the correct part for your specific model.  Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the unit before attempting to replace this part.

GE Lid Switch

OEM Parts Number – WH12X1043

This Lid switch assembly is located beneath the top part of a top load model washing machine, it is activated when the lid is opened or closed.  The assembly is held into place with two screws and has a quick connect electrical wire harness.  The most common signs that this switch has failed are, the tub will not spin, will not agitate.  Please remember to unplug or disconnect the electrical power cord before attempting to replace any parts on your appliance.

GE Timer

OEM Part Number – WE4M527

The timer is located in the console panel on top of the dryer.  The timer is used to control the various timed cycles within the appliance.  It uses sets of cam operated switches that direct electric current to the dryer motor and heating element at the appropriate times for the selected cycles.  Some common symptoms that this part has failed are, dryer will not run, will not heat, will not stop at the end of a cycle, will not advance through the cycle.  Always remember to unplug or disconnect the electric power source to the appliance before attempting to repair it.

GE Temperature Sensor

OEM Part Number – WB21X5301

Temperature sensor.  The sensor is located on the top back wall of the appliance and is used to regulate and measure the temperature inside of the baking cavity.  If you have noticed your oven’s temperature is inaccurate or fluctuates by 50 degrees or more, the sensor is more than likely defective and should be replaced.  Please be sure to use your model number to be certain that this is the correct part for your particular appliance.

GE Broil Element

OEM Part Number – WB44K10002

The broil element is located in top of the oven cavity and is used for broiling.  Quite often the element is used to help preheat the oven faster.  If your element has stopped heating you will need to check for visual damage such as, burn marks, bubbling or blistering, burnt or melted terminal ends. This element can be tested for continuity with a multimeter.  Please remember to disconnect the electrical power source to your appliance before attempting to repair it or replace any parts.

GE Water Valve

OEM Part Number – WD15X10003

The water inlet valve assembly is located behind the kick plate on the lower left or right corner of the appliance, depending on your model. The inlet valve is used to supply and fill the tub with water.  Some symptoms of a failed water valve are, the machine will not fill with water, is not cleaning the dishes, leaking water or it’s noisy.

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