Question about GE WBSE3120B Top Load Washer
If I'm washing a small load everything is fine,but if it's a normal size load or a large load the machine works fine but will not go through the final spin cycle and the clothes are left soaking wet.We thought maybe it was the belt so we replaced it, but it's still the same.Could the new belt just need to be a little tighter or is it something else? Any and all suggestions are welcomed and appreciated.
I agree with the good doctor check the clutch on the pully they are not that hard to change also get the right belt from an appliance repair parts store by your model number with a new belt you shold have some adjustment left on the motor if its the right belt
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
Sounds like maybe the clutch is worn?? Ge has several versions of this washer out some use a clutch and some dont Does yours have a clutch attached to motor or is it a solid pulley? Also GE uses the slow speed to start the spin and then kicks into high one or 2 mins into final spin. Is this noticable or does it sound like it starts slow and then never shifts???
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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