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edcorsaro

GE washer giving me much grief

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Model WWSE5200B1WW. 2 yrs old. doesn't spin or aggitate. Sometimes it does, but most of the time the motor goes on off on off on off. I hear what I think is the centrifical switch on the motor going on off on off. I pulled the belt and the motor runs fine in aggitate. During spin it clicks on off on off. the more pressure I apply to the motor shaft the worst it gets. The pump works fine. Any suggestions?

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If the supply voltage to the motor is steady, then you need to replace the motor.

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Where can I get a wiring diagram, or can you tell me which is the hot wire? Thanks

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The wiring diagram is inside the control console.  If you need help reading it, post it here or fax it to me, 775-416-4449.

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Well, I think I stumbled on the problem. When I turned the cycle speed knob. (you know , the one that changes the spin and aggitate speed. i.e. Gentle, fast ect.) it started to work. I have done 5 loads with no problem. I guess this means I need to buy this switch. Is this true? I couldn't find it on your web site. Thanks. where do I send the beer?

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[user=806]edcorsaro[/user] wrote:

Well, I think I stumbled on the problem. When I turned the cycle speed knob. (you know , the one that changes the spin and aggitate speed. i.e. Gentle, fast ect.) it started to work. I have done 5 loads with no problem. I guess this means I need to buy this switch. Is this true? I couldn't find it on your web site. Thanks. where do I send the beer?

Ed: Any update on this? My GE WPSE5290AOWW is having the exact same problem. I tried messing with the switch, and I can get it to work, but it is inconsistent. I can do a load w/ no problems, then the next load on the same setting starts clicking during spin.

I also believe it is the switch mechanism, but at $120...I'd like to be damn sure. Thanks.

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