Question about GE Profile Prodigy WPSE4200A
We have a GE washer that has been recently generating a significant amount of noise (grinding) during spin cycle, and last night it stopped spining altogether.
It seems the transmission has died.
What do you think?
From your description, it sounds like the drum bearings have failed. If you grab the drum (power off, of course) it will probably wobble around a lot more than it should, and there might be metallic debris in the removable filter. White clothes may have been getting greasy spots on them recently.
Does any of this fit the bill with you? I hope it helps a bit to find out what's wrong.
If these suggestions do help you solve the problem, please give my reply a rating to help others judge my knowledge / guessing skills. If they do not, please add a comment with more details so I can try to help you further. Cheers, D
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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