Question about GE WBSE2090A Top Load Washer
Most machines have a back panel held on with a half-dozen screws; several around the edges in back and perhaps another couple somewhere in the middle going to a brace.
Before you even move the machine, I would recommend bailing most of the water out since the machines are hard to move with 80-100# of water in them.
The front and sides are typically bound together and have to be lifted free after a few screws are removed from the lower edge of the housing that attach it to a frame. It shouldn't be necessary to take that much off to find the problem.
If you have a Johnstone Supply in your area and need a pump or belt, they will likely have it and at a much lower price than a GE dealer. They sell mostly to tradespeople but I have never been turned away.
Be sure to have plenty of old towels handy to catch some of the water if you have to remove the pump; they make a heck of a mess otherwise ;-)
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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