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All of you guys are wrong. What that person is saying is that the physical paddle used when you place your glass in the dispenser bay and press against the paddle....That's what's broken the paddle......
Could be a broken Hub Spoke, My Kenmore broke at the spokesand bearing e.of drum, Sears replaced all parts as the were still uder warrenty. Less than 10 years old, would have been over $1,000 cost otherwis.
Go to www.repairclinic.com and enter GSS25SGRSS. With luck, you will be presented with a list of common replacement parts/assemblies and will be able to determine whether the dispenser is available as a separate assembly.
if you mean you want to change the part that the water goes through to fill the tub it's called a funnel shower head for g.e. part number WH41X10162 and it's around 5 dollars.but are you positive that the tub isn't tilting one way or the other more than it should and the water is running down the back of the washer? there's 4 suspension rods that hold the tub in place and balanced,they push into a plastic cap and sometimes pop out and the tub tilts off balance and there's 4 damper straps,they are rubber pieces that connect to the top,if you lift the top panel up you'll see them if one of them break it throws the tub off balance and the water can run down the back,but if you're looking for the part that the water fills through it's called a funnel shower head good luck
when the compressor is working and dont produce cold maybe the tube is leaking, causing the freon gas to scape. you need to reprocess your freezer to clean up and to find leaking tube to fix it. you nee a white line technician to fix your problem.
Assume that an average driver does between 10-15K per year. If recommendation is 90K, then average change interval in years should be seven to eight years. Driving is not the only thing that causes the belt to fail...as with any rubber item, the rubber hardens over time (dry rot) and will begin to crack. This can often be seen on old tires that have hard rubber compounds (such as perelli) cracks appear in sidewalls about an inch from wheel. Your belt is not a tire, but the rubber reacts the same way! Some people say you can leave the timing belt on for up to 140-150K. I would never do this on anything I owned and would therefore not recommend anyone else do it. (even though it's expensive, it's less than a new engine}
The plate inside is not repairable. If you will get the model and date code from the bottom of the brewer and contact customer service, the brewer can be replaced. If the brewer is 3 years old or less, it will be replaced at no cost. If the machine is over 3 years old, it will be replaced at a reduced price.
so two things I have learned. First if the tabs on the funnel break dont buy a new one just crazy glue back in place. Also if you take the gasket out put vaseline on the nubbins and they will slide back in place without having to take the panel apart. Fix time 7 minutes. Booyah!!!
I too have had the top plastic latch break. A extremely poor design incorporating a hinge on a fixed point screw. We had it fixed under the extended service contract. Prior to the repair person arriving, two, not one, full sets of door gaskets and hinge assemblies were shipped to us. The repair person broke one due to his mis-use of tools. The top latch can only be replaced with the entire door gasket assembly, and he installed both in 15 min. Now the freezer handle is falling off. We installed a GE Profile Stainless kitchen in 2006 and all the units have failed. My wife literally cries over the cost for such poor design and manufacturing.