Question about GE Profile WPSR3120WWW
I have a GE washer Model # WPSR3100W0WW which is roaring like a freight train in the spin cycle. I've been researching this a bit online and have pulled off the front and checked the tub holders on each corner - they appear to be fine. Is there a way to figure out if this is just a bearing or a major clutch/transmission problem? Also what sort of costs are associated with each?
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You would need a transmission (WH38x10002) which comes with a new tub seal, and runs between $150 and $200. Check the back of the owners manual to see if your washer has a five year warranty on the transmission. (newest ones may be only 1 year) They do make a couple special tools which make the repair easier, and an experienced tech can do one in about a half hour, but your first one will take much longer. Motor is most likely just fine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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