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Wsxh208a1ww how did you get them to send you the part? I have the same problem with the machine jumping around like a jumping bean. I replaced the shocks and the belt is fine yet has play in the drum. if i lift it it appears to spin better, but of course can not do that during cycle. there is also a large amount of grease or what appears to be on the inside back of washer

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gnarly, do you have the updated motor, harness and start cap? If it goes into spin and does this chunk a chunka chunka bit. Take a meter to the white and white/red wire going to the motor. If you have a steady 120V, replace the motor with the new kit. What the motor is doing is jogging between high to low speed. Catriver..post back.

Posted on Oct 18, 2006

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It was the motor brake.

Posted on Sep 09, 2007

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SOURCE: Walking during the spin cycle

IT must be a fault design, fault front loaders at the best of times move, at high speed spins.ire. you have done everthing that i would done

Posted on Nov 24, 2007

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SOURCE: replacing belt on GE front loader wsxh208a1ww

Replace the Inner spin Tub #131618500 with Trunion and outer Shell # 131525500 with the bearing. There is enough wear and tear in these parts that the belt will come on in one direction and not the other.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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SOURCE: GE front load washer model WSXH208A1WW

look in back of mach for 4 shipping bolts.they are usually housed in a rubber grommet surrounded by a yellow plastic shaft.if they are there remove all 4 of them.also remove bottom access panel by taking out 2 screws(1 on each bottom corner)look for 1 or 2 yellow steel bars connecting base to tub.if they are there remove.if none of these shipping bolts or brackets are there,you have a broken basket.if that's the case,try to get your money back or buy a new mach.it is a $600 repair..good luck

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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