Question about GE Profile WPRE6100G Top Load Washer
I opened up the washing machine front panel. the clip for the clutch was on the bottom, a small pile of metal shavings was under the clutch. so i know what the problem is. What i need to know is should i replace both the clutch and the motor? due to wear on the shaft? or can i just replace the clutch?
If the motor is spinning properly and you don't get any burning smell while the machine is in spin mode.then no need to replace the motor.only replace the clutch.this will help.motor goes bad very rarely in this units. ------------- for parts you can get it from ---- www.repairclinic.com ------- thanks.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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