Question about GE WCVH6260FWW
Your problem is more than likely the inner drum spider that holds the inner drum onto the shaft thru the bearings to the rear to the drive pulley,you need to remove the rear access panel, the drum pulley then remove the nut and c clip,then pull drum out the front,the spiders on these are pot metal and when they corrode from water/soap/detergent and break this will let the inner drum erode the outer plastic drum,you can more than likely move the drum side to side and up and down,get this checked out as if it come loose it can fly apart in spin cycle,as for the springs,there are pins there and need to be depressed on the pin side and removed,this is the fourth G.E. washer I have found with this problem in this model
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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