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GE Washer Drain Hose

Part Number – WH41X10096

Drain hose.  Used for a top load model washer.  It is black in color, measures 57 inches in length and is made of flexible plastic.  it is located on the back side of the washing machine and used to remove the water from the tub to the drain after each cycle.  The most common symptom that this part has failed is water leaking onto the floor during the drain cycles.

General Electric Washer Lid Switch

Part Number – WH12X1043

Lid switch assembly.  Located beneath the top part of the 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 source before attempting to replace any parts on your appliance.

GE Washer Drive Belt

Part Number – WH1X2026

Washer belt V-Style.  Measures 29 1/2 inches long x 1/2 inch wide is a v-style belt that tapers to a medium V-shape.  The most common signs that  this part has failed are, the washing machine will not agitate, tub will not spin,  motor will spin freely or the smell of burnt rubber.  Please be sure and use the model number on your appliance to ensure that this is the correct part for your particular washer.  Always unplug or disconnect the appliance from the electrical outlet before attempting to repair it.

General Electric Washer Water Inlet Valve

Part Number – WH13X10023

Water valve.  Located on the back of the washing machine with two hoses connecting to it.  The hoses lead to the water supply lines that are designated for the appliance, one hot water line and one cold water line.  Note: You will need to unplug the power cord from its electrical source and make sure to turn both the hot and cold water off, before starting this repair.  The most common signs of this part failure are, the tub will not fill with water, no hot water, no cold water or water will enter the tub even when the clothes washer is turned off.

GE Washer Timer

Part Number – WH12X1022

Washing machine timer.  The timer is responsible for controlling most functions within the washer during its various cycles.  The timer controls when certain functions begin, end and for how long they will last.  Some common signs that this part has failed are, cycle will not advance, the washer will not fill, will not pump the water out, will not shut off or run at all.  Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the washer before attempting to replace this part.

GE Washer Pressure Switch Hose

Part Number – WH41X365

This pressure switch hose is also referred to as the air dome tube, it is made of clear flexible plastic and is used for your top load washer.  As the water level rises inside the washer tub it forces air through the air dome and up through this plastic hose to the water level control.  This puts pressure on the level control diaphragm, tripping the water level switch from empty to full which will begin the agitation cycle.  Unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the washer before attempting to repair it.

General Electric Hose Washer With Screen

Part Number – WH1X2267

Hose washer. This washer has a fine metal screen built into it and serves as a duel purpose part.  It serves as a washer forming a tight seal preventing water from leaking at the hose connections.  The screen is used to catch and prevent debris such as sand, silt, and hard water calcium deposits from entering the water inlet valve and causing damage to it.

GE Washer Screw

Part Number – WP489069

Screw for washer.  1/4″ hex head  #10-12x1/2″, with a slotted 1/4″ hex head.  This screw is used for many parts on your washing machine.  If you have noticed squeaking noises, vibrations, or rattles a screw may have come loose or became lost, and will need to be replaced.

GE Washer Pump and Motor

Part Number – WH23X10030

Washer drain pump and motor assembly.  Located in the right front corner, at the base of the washer.  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 pump has failed is,  the washer will not drain the water out of the tub.  Helpful tip: Check both of the pump ports and the impeller for clogs or blockage before replacing the pump with a new one.

General Electric Washer Tub Seal

Part Number – WH02X10383

Tub main tub seal. This seal is used in the center of the wash tub to prevent water from leaking around the center shaft.  The most common symptom that this seal has failed is water leaking from the center of the wash tub.  Always unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the washer before attempting to repair it.

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