Question about GE WHDRR418GWW 35 cu. ft. Washer
The tub turns slowly in the spin cycle
Posted by Anonymous on
Could be tranny if noisy. may be worn dawgs (gear cogs) found inside the agitator. Remove cap and they'll lift out Order by model number
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Posted on Apr 14, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a flashlight and see if a foreign object has fallen down through one of the tub holes and is jamming the tub you have to look real close
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
sometimes the high pitch will come from rear bearing open door pull up on basket see how far it moves up down also ck the pump for thngs in it
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Looks like the bearings may have failed. TURN OFF the POWER and try and rotate the agitator/tub by hand. If it is jammed you should investigate why. Possibly caused by bearing failure or something wound around spindle.
Take care and do not attempt to investigate the problem without first disconnecting from the mains!
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
First plug off the wall. Open the machine from behind to examine if any shock-absorbers(known as dampers) or springs have come off or broken. Your dealer could help with spares. But you could do the job yourself.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2009
Our front loading GE washer did the exact same thing. It took forever for a cycle to finish and the clothes would be sopping wet. The problem was a clogged up drain filter. There were coins and a couple bills and some odds and ends caught up in there that was preventing the water from draining out. The spin cycle can't get going full speed until some of the water has drained.
I'm not an "appliance expert", but I have checked and cleared the drain filter a few times on my machine. I'm not familiar with your exact washer. Here's how I did mine:
Take off the bottom panel by removing the small screws at the top of the panel. Look for the white, round, plastic piece toward the bottom, facing you. Put a basin underneath it to catch any water, then slowly unscrew the filter. (if your basin fills up too fast just screw the filter back in and dump the basin, then repeat). Once you have it off you'll be able to immediately see any debris in there. Put the filter back in and the panel back on.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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