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Manufacturer #: WH49X10042 /
Manufactured by: GE /
Fix #: FIX1517844
Manufacturer #: WH49X10042 |
Manufactured by: GE |
Fix #: FIX1517844
Replaced agitator coupling. First removed large white agitator assembly. It all came out in one piece. There is no bolt on the top that holds assembly onto shaft (as in most other washers). I pulled it out with my hands although it took significant force. The only hard part was removing the old agitator coupling. this was the hardest part. I ended up breaking it into pieces to remove it. Then cleaned the shaft very well and installed the new Agitator Coupling. Replaced the Agitator assembly. Coupling kit fixed the problem.
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Remove agitator by pulling upwards allowing it to seperate from the coupling. Once agitator was removed the coupling was exposed. There is a 11mm bolt on the top of the coupling. Remove the bolt then remove the coupling by lifting it straight up. When the old coupling is removed, clean the spline with a wire brush removing debris and calcium build up. Once spline is clean, slide on new coupling and secure with new coupling bolt. Once new coupling is installed and secure, reconnect the agitator by sliding it over the coupling and pushing down.
Popped off the main agitator cone with my hands (didn't need a tool or rope, but I did scrape an arm by doing so). Used a wrench to loosen, then remove the bolt to the agitator coupler. Removed the coupler, replaced it with the new coupler. Resintalled the agitator cone. Could not have been simpler.
Removed the actuator from the the drum and replaced the agitator coupling and retaining bolt and re-installed the agitator. The repair was quick and simple. The problems was the main user of the machine had already planned on and picked out a new machine with all the bells and whistles. Did not see that problem coming. I figure the best fix for that is to just run and look out for flying debris. Repair cost < $20. and a week down time (Standard Ground Shipping).
Uninstalled the old and reinstall the new .
Removed the Agitator, then removed the bolt holding the Agitator Coupling and replaced with new, then placed agitator back on and started doing laundry again. Great fast delivery. Would recommend to everyone who needs parts to fix appliances.
PULLED THE AGITATOR OUT-TOOK OUT COUPLING-UNBOLTED IT WITH SOCKET SET
pulled off agitator ,this was the hardest part. removed airbell installed new airbell , agitator slid on like butter. put new knob on slid clip on and pushed it on with small screwdriver works like new
removed the agitator found the worn part replace and up and running in 5 minutes
Watched a video.... Very helpful! Repaired my washer in about 20 min from start to finish. Cost was less than 20.00 bucks for part and 3-5 day shipping ?? Happy Camper. Thank you so much. Tammy
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