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jrlead

GE washer out of balance

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jrlead

We have this model that wants to walk the floor in spin mode. Anyone else had this problem

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mvtvnc

Service bulletin HL 06-17 should help you. 

Software update module (sum) and 4 new feet.

Sorry cant upload the bulletin

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jrlead

Thanks for the reply. I am having trouble finding the service bulletin

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mvtvnc

A washer exhibiting excessive vibration, walking, or banging noises may be repaired with a
software update using NewFI or a Software Update Module (SUM)
WH98R1967001
and
replacing the leveling
legs (excluding GTW750CPL0DG GTW750CSL0WS model washers)
with part number
WH02X26590.

Ensure to replace the leveling legs using the 4 pack part number
WH02X26590
.

GTW220ACK0WW
GTW220ACK1WW
GTW220ACK2WW
GTW330ASK0WW
GTW330ASK1WW
GTW460ASJ0WW
GTW460ASJ1WW
GTW460ASJ2WW
GTW460ASJ3WW
GTW460ASJ4WW
GTW460ASJ5WW
GTW460ASJ6WW
GTW485ASJ0WS
GTW485ASJ0WW
GTW485ASJ1WS
GTW485ASJ2WS
GTW485ASJ3W

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