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Replacing your General Electric Dryer Drum Bearing Sleeve
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Drum Bearing Sleeve WE1M462

Works With Model GTD42EASJ2WW!

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$24.25
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Fix Number:
FIX266777
Manufacturer #:
WE1M462
Manufactured by:
GE
Works With Model GTD42EASJ2WW!

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Replacing your Drum Bearing Sleeve

Replacing your Drum Bearing Sleeve

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Average Repair Rating: 2.8 / 5.0, 4 reviews.
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Customer:
David from DEPEW, NY
Parts Used:
WE1M462, WE1M461
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
More than 2 hours
Noises
Never got done... waiting for parts for over 2 weeks...
Who needs dry clothes

Actually went down the road and paid more... But it is done
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Customer:
Paul from South Bend, IN
Parts Used:
WE09X27634, WE1M462, WE1M461
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
High Pitch Squeal Coming From Dryer
Disconnected the dryer. Unscrewed front screws inside the door on top. Took off front cover and top cover. 1st removed felt and installed new felt. The old felt came out quickly. I used a flat head screwdriver to push the felt in flat. I did not disconnect anything else. Then, I pushed the drum toward the front of the machine and pushed t he sides out a bit so it could come out of its sleeve. I did not remove the belt. You only need to move it forward enough to reach in and take out the old sleeve. Then, with a flashlight I was able to reach in and take out the old sleeve. I took a towel and wiped it clean and added lubricant and then installed the new sleeve an o-ring. Put everything back. Be careful the edges are sharp and my forearm got cut but no big deal.
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Customer:
Charles from Allen, TX
Parts Used:
WE1M462, WE1M461
Difficulty Level:
Difficult
Total Repair Time:
More than 2 hours
Tools:
Screw drivers
Horrible squeaking and Lots of metal to metal ginding
Continued from previous submission. 6 tried to reassemble dryer and get belt back on drum. Failed. Went back and watched you tube video on replacing belt. Figured out how to do it. We have a gas dryer. So it was much hrfer than the video suggested cut my hand. Brushed my inner left forearm. 7. When got it all back together, realized I had solved the wrong problem. It was the front bearing. Lesson learned. Properly diagnose the problem before ordering parts. I'm happy I only spent an extra $25 to learn that lesson this time. The front bearing was much much easier to replace. It is so quiet how. Can hardly know its on. Wished I would have replaced it months ago.
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Customer:
Bob from Salem, OR
Parts Used:
WE1M1067, WE1M504, WE1M462
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Dryer squealing/squeaking while running
Removed the two front philip-head screws accessed by opening the door. Removed the top. Removed the two philip-head screws holding the front of dryer to the sides. Pulled the front panel -- no need to disconnect the 3 wires. Located and replaced the badly worn drum bearing slides. The slides were very badly worn -- only traces remain ed. I pulled the drum forward about 1/3 of the way out of the back to replace the bearing sleeve (which possibly did not need replacing, but hey...it was $5). The o-clip that holds the bearing in place fell apart, but I replaced it with a plumbing washer o-ring that I had as spares. Reassembled and presto! The dryer runs like new.
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Model Compatibility

This part works with the following models:
Fix Number: FIX266777
Manufacturer Part Number: WE1M462
Brand
Model Number
Description
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2661532513
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633616
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633617
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General Electric
653616
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653617
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662310
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662311
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662410
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662411
Dryer
General Electric
662412
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General Electric
663616
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663617
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General Electric
664110
Dryer
General Electric
664210
Dryer
General Electric
664211
Dryer
General Electric
664616
Dryer
General Electric
664617
Dryer
General Electric
672410
Dryer
General Electric
672411
Dryer
General Electric
672412
Dryer
General Electric
672510
Dryer
General Electric
672511
Dryer
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672512
Dryer
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672710
Dryer
General Electric
672711
Dryer
General Electric
672712
Dryer
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672810
Dryer
General Electric
672811
Dryer
General Electric
672812
Dryer
General Electric
674310
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