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GE GCWP1800D1WW spin problems

ge washer spin

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Posted 24 November 2013 - 01:07 PM

I have had problems with this washer since I installed it. First call I had, the hub nut was loose (only a couple months after install), I secured it and it ran great for awhile. Now the customer is saying that it is not spinning her clothes out properly. I watched it ramp up to a fast spin for a couple seconds and then it slowed down to a slow spin for the remainder of the cycle. No errors on the inverter and I just don't know what to look for next. I haven't had to work on very many of these models yet so I haven't had a chance to get very familiar with them. I am going back to look at it tomorrow so any tips on what to check would be appreciated!



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