Question about GE Washing Machines
Need to replace clutch on a Ge ewa2000a0ww. Need overview of procedure.
The new units have all of your schematics, capacitor and a higher price for a reason. With GE I avoid used parts because there is so much electronics you don't want to fry. The wire harness leads match the old and there should not be an extra wire, were would it go if there is not a receptacle for it?
I looked up your unit and the motor replacement is WH20X10009 for the model you quoted. As of now GE is has updated this to model wh20x10006 for around 263 dollars.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
Hi, Remove the cap on the agitator and then remove the inside cover. There is a 7/16" bolt under the inside cover. Remove the bolt and the agitator will lift out. Seperate the 2 pieces of the agitator and replace the dogs. You might have to use a flat blade screw drive and punch out the 4 tabs around the bolt hole in the agitator if this applies.
I hope this helps you. Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
This is most likely one of the thermostats. One is for high temp, one is for low temp. They are both located on the inside of the back wall on the sheet metal rim that the drum fits into. You have to remove the top and front panel, remove the belt and the drum itself (just pull it straight out through the front of the dryer) to access them. Once you remove all that they are in the upper-left corner of the back wall (if you are looking in from the front of the dryer). They are simple to replace, with only one screw holding them in place. I have an Eterna series and I happen to have it all tore apart right now waiting for the rear bearing I ordered to come in and can see them clearly. If you need photos I will be more than happy to email them to you.
The answer above was incorrect about the wiring, there will be two wires to one and four wires to the other. I believe the one with the four wires is the hi-temp thermostat, but double-check that with your local appliance parts house. If you have it that far apart, you might as well replace the bearing ($11 for mine) and the belt cause they will eventually wear out anyway.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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