Model #GFWS2605F0MC GE washer

Here are the repair parts and diagrams for your GE GFWS2605F0MC washer. 

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Dishwasher Screw


Tub & drain pump Diagram

Dishwasher screw

Part #WD02X10067
This item is not returnable


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Washer Shock Absorber


Base pan Diagram

Washer shock absorber

Part #WH01X10727


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Washer Outer Rear Tub


Tub & drain pump Diagram

Washer outer rear tub

Part #WH45X10136


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Filter Body


Tub & drain pump Diagram

Filter body

Part #WH41X10360


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Refrigerator Screw


Front panel & door Diagram

Refrigerator screw

Part #WR01X10065
This item is not returnable


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Door Lock Motor


Front panel & door Diagram

Door lock motor

Part #WH01X10752


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Mounting Damper


Base pan Diagram

Mounting damper

Part #WH01X10728
This item is not returnable


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Pressure Sensor


Cabinet (2) Diagram

Pressure sensor

Part #WH12X10595


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Washer Water Inlet Valve


Cabinet & drive assembly Diagram

Washer water inlet valve

Part #WH13X10066


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Hinge Plate


Front panel & door Diagram

Hinge plate

Part #WH01X10724
This item is not returnable


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Symptoms common to all washers

Choose a symptom to see related washer repairs.

Main causes: clogged drain hose, house drain clogged, bad drain pump, water-level pressure switch failure, bad control board or timer
Main causes: water heater failure, bad water temperature switch, faulty control board, bad water valve, faulty water temperature sensor
Main causes: bad lid switch or door lock, bad timer or electronic control board, wiring failure, bad water inlet valve assembly
Main causes: worn agitator dogs, bad clutch, broken motor coupler, shifter assembly failure, broken door lock, suspension component failure
Main causes: unbalanced load, loose spanner nut, worn drive block, broken shock absorber or suspension spring, debris in drain pump
Main causes: broken lid switch or lid lock, bad pressure switch, broken shifter assembly, faulty control system
Main causes: lack of electrical power, wiring failure, bad power cord, electronic control board failure, bad user interface board
Main causes: leaky water inlet valve, faulty water-level pressure switch, bad electronic control board
Main causes: no water supply, bad water valves, water-level pressure switch failure, control system failure, bad door lock or lid switch

Articles and videos common to all washers

Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your washer.

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How to repair broken or damaged wires video

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How to use a multimeter to test electrical parts video

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Learn how to use a multimeter to check for wiring problems in an appliance that's not working