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October 11, 2021
Does the part fit top loading stackable washer and does it have the pulley tool? I also need dryer door handle as clips that hold in place broke off
For model number GTUN275EM1WW serie:AD0084782
Hello Carol, Thank you for contacting us. We have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is Fix Number: FIX1766009 for the Belt. We are not showing a Pulley Tool required when replacing the Belt. We suggest watching the How to Video on replacing the Belt. The Door Handle is only sold as part of the Door its self, Fix Number: FIX3499683. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!
Hello Cynthia, Thank you for contacting us. We have researched the model you have provided and have found the only belt required for this model is the Fix Number: FIX270803. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!
I figured it was the clutch since the washer would agitate so it wasn't the switch. New clutch and belt was delivered by parts elect in 4 days. Amazing! If you're doing this job always replace the belt even if the old one looks good. The four screws holding the motor were not very tight so maybe that's why the clutch broke. I removed those nuts and then the belt. Had to puzzle the motor out. First tilt back then out. I don't see how you could remove the clutch without taking out the motor assembly. I trashed the retaining clip removing it but the new clutch came with one so no worries. I used a crowbar to gently pursade the clutch off the spindle. Cleaned up the slightly rusted spindle with some 600 grit paper. Gave it a little waterproof grease and slid the clutch on then the retaining clip. Puzzled the motor back in and used the crowbar for a little leverage to tighten the belt then tightened those four screws. I will check those screws in a few weeks. Pretty easy. Although the wife wanted a new front loader, this cheap fix should last many years. One fault in this washer is that water splashes a bit inside while agitating. No way to stop that so it is doomed to rust internally eventually. I was very impressed with parts elect website in diagnosing the problem.
I first investigated the problem on the website. Indications were it was possibly the V-Belt. I watched the video to see how hard it would be to change the belt. The video was excellent and very instructive. I purchased the belt and it arrived very quickly. I followed the video instructions and replaced the belt with a little difficulty. The belt was A-OK but unfortunately the machine was still DOA with heavy loads. Even though my problem did not work out, I would highly recommend your website for the Saturday mechanics. (Bought another GE washer)
I unplugged the machine then popped off the front panel with a putty knife. I used a 3/8 wrench to loosen 4 bolts under the motor then slid the motor back and removed the old belt. Put on the new belt slid the motor forward with tension and tighten the 2 back bolts then tighten the 2 front bolts. Check tension then replaced front panel plugged up the machine and now good as new.
Retaining clip for the clutch broke and drive belt was worn.
Remove the front panel and found the retaining clip for the clutch was broke and the belt was worn. Loose the four bolts from the motor, push the motor back and took off the belt out. install the retaining clip for the clutch put the belt and push the motor back to the front and tight the four bolts and that was all folks, easy. Thank you for your service.