Is your washer a GE Profile Harmony? Do you want to know how to take the top off or the top of the agitor (pulsator)? The top of the washer has four screws in the back top behind the screen once you unscrew them the front of the washer has two clips one on each side and you have to kinda tap it with your palm to get them to pop.
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It is most likely your drive belt. Remove the front by inserting a small screwdriver between the top and front covers. There are two clips that hold the front on. You will find them close to the edges of the top of the front cover. Once you get this removed check the belt below the motor and see if it is broken or off the pully.
Your problem lies in the PCB assembly, or pump motor, most likely the PCB assembly. 1. open lid 2. remove control panel screw covers & screws 3.lift control panel 4. remove screws connecting PCB assembly to control panel 5. Remove PCB from control panel by pushing PCB from right to left. 6. Disconnect wire harness connectors from PCB.
There is an emergency access cord provided for the manual unlocking of the washer door and can be accessed by removing the dispenser bezel. Open the dispenser cover and remove the four screws securing the dispenser bezel to the top cover then lift the bezel off. Once the bezel is removed, look for the nylon cord near the door lock assembly through the opening left by the dispenser bezel. Pull the cord away from the door lock assembly to pivot the mechanical opener and push the locking lever into the open position. Open and close the door several times then start a new cycle.
Check the door lock assembly if the problem persists and replace it when necessary. Disconnect power to the washer prior to servicing to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Access to the door lock assembly requires the removal of the front panel, dispenser bezel, and lifting of the top cover.
Open the dispenser cover and remove the four screws securing the
dispenser bezel to the top cover then lift the bezel off.
Open the washer door and remove the two screws securing the door hinge
and the front panel to the front shroud assembly. Do the same to the two
screws on the opposite side of the door opening.
Disengage the front panel posts from the clips located on the face of
the cabinet by grasping the upper part of the front panel posts and
pressing in on the outer edges then twisting it inward. Once the front
panel posts are released from the cabinet, tilt the front panel away
from the cabinet and remove it.
Remove the two 5/16" hex-head screws securing the two top cover hold down brackets; one on each side. Swing the brackets to the outside to unhook it from the lip of the top cover then lift the top cover to expose the door lock assembly. Prop up the top cover to prevent it from falling back into position while accessing the door lock assembly.
Disconnect the wiring harnesses from the door lock assembly and the two mounting screws then rock the top of the assembly forward and lift it off the front shroud assembly.
Clean the wiring terminals and the connectors then reseat the connectors several times. Replace the door lock assembly when the problem is not resolved.
Install the new door lock assembly in reverse of the steps given above. Review the steps thoroughly for easy reassembly of the washer. Make sure the wiring harnesses are properly and firmly seated to the door lock assembly terminals. The door lock assembly is part number 22004435.
If this is the top load washer the problem is the drum supports. Insert a 1/2 inch paint scraper between the front panel and the top about one inch from the corner releasing the spring loaded clip holding the front panel. Tilt the front panel forward and remove. Remove the screws holding the clips that hold the top in place. Lift the top and undo the wire harness for the lid switch assembly. Remove the top and locate the four rubber supports at each corner the machine holding the main tub assembly to the corners of the washer cabinet. Replace the supports that are broken and reassemble the washer.
depends on what type of washer it is but it should have a filter on the front bottom of it ,some times they have a plastic cover over them just remove the cover at the bottom of the washer and then turn the filter and pull it out and clean.
hope this helps you
Remove the top cover behind the knobs. Two screws up top and 4 to 6 screws on the back. Once the back panel is removed then there are two screws holding on the knobs, remove the bad knobs and put the new one in the bad ones place. Forgot to tell you, make sure power is unplugged. Sure you knew that but just being safe
There should be 2 screws holding it on at the rear. Looking from the rear these will be at each top corner. Once these are removed push the lid from the front of the machine towards the rear and it will pop off.