Model #WPXH214F0WW GE washer

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Washer Shock Absorber


Tub & motor Diagram

Washer shock absorber

Part #WH17X10001

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Washer Drain Pump


Tub & motor Diagram

Washer drain pump

Part #WH23X10016

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Washer Drain Hose


Cabinet, door & top Diagram

Washer drain hose

Part #WH01X10189

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Washer Suspension Spring


Tub & motor Diagram

Washer suspension spring

Part #WH01X10022

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Washer Outer Tub Gasket


Tub & motor Diagram

Washer outer tub gasket

Part #WH08X10002

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Washer Door Boot


Tub & motor Diagram

Washer door boot

Part #WH45X10062

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Washer Top Panel


Cabinet, door & top Diagram

Washer top panel

Part #WH44X10001

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Locating Pin


Cabinet, door & top Diagram

Locating pin

Part #WH01X10013

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Washer Spin Basket


Tub & motor Diagram

Washer spin basket

Part #WH45X10006

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Softener Cover


Control panel Diagram

Softener cover

Part #WH41X10001

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Symptoms common to all washers

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

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