Question about GE WPGT9360EPL Top Load Washer
Mine makes a groaning noise (bad bearing). Bought replacement. Attempetd to remove the old by taking off the 15/16 nut, removing motor cover and stator. Removed all bolts that attach the rotor assembly to the bottom of the tub as well as the single screw that is inside the tub. Would not come off. What part am I missing?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sound like you have a blocked pump. Remove the pump from the machine and check where do you have this clogged, inside the pump or in one of the pipes connected to it. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
There should be 2 screws holding it on at the rear. Looking from the rear these will be at each top corner. Once these are removed push the lid from the front of the machine towards the rear and it will pop off.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
This is a walk through for a 1993 2wd.
1. Jack up and remove tire
2. Remove 2 brake caliper mounting bolts
3. Remove caliper and hang out of way with wire
4. Remove rotor, if stuck hit on all sides with a rubber mallet until it breaks loose.
5. Install new rotor
6. Remove old pads from caliper
7. Using a c-clamp and a block of wood against caliper piston, compress piston until it is flush w/caliper
8. Install new pads in same location as old pads
9. Reinstall caliper, may have to nudge it into place with rubber mallet
10. Reinstall tire.
note: There are no bearings to grease. You must replace the entire hub assembly if yours are worn.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
II suspect it is bad design, imagine that. We are having the same problem. After replacing the nut and using lock tight on threads, it worked two days and loosened again. My next attempt will be to "stake" the nut in place. This involves using a chisel and hammer to lock the nut in place by deforming the nut and shaft with a 90 degree dent. A second alternative will be to drill and install an allen head screw to lock shaft threads to nut.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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