Making Noises GE - Hotpoint Washer




Everything you need to know to be able to fix your
GE Hotpoint
washer when is making noise

If your GE Hotpoint washer is making noises in all the cycles that you try it on.
You will need to check the following parts until you find out the part that needs to be replace to fix the washing machine.

Here I am going to give you a brief description of the parts you need to check, and below you will have the links to the pages with the videos that will show you how the repair is done.

Taking apart: To fix a GE Hotpoint washer when is not working properly, the first thing that you need to learn before you try to fix it, is how to take it apart and how to put it back together properly. Once you know how to dismantle the washer, the repairs becomes easier to do.

If you need to check the timer, the water temperature switch, the water level switch, or the motor speed switch. You need just to open the controls panel. If you need to check the motor, the pump, the clutch, or the transmission. Then you need to open the controls panel and remove the top and front panels.

The motor: The bearings in the motor could be worn out making the motor to run loud. These motor are what is called throw away motor in other words when the motor is makes noises, you just need to replace it.

If your GE Hotpoint washer is making noises in all the cycles that you try it on.
You will need to check the following parts until you find out the part that needs to be replace to fix the washing machine.

Here I am going to give you a brief description of the parts you need to check, and below you will have the links to the pages with the videos that will show you how the repair is done.

Taking apart: To fix a GE Hotpoint washer when is not working properly, the first thing that you need to learn before you try to fix it, is how to take it apart and how to put it back together properly. Once you know how to dismantle the washer, the repairs becomes easier to do.

If you need to check the timer, the water temperature switch, the water level switch, or the motor speed switch. You need just to open the controls panel. If you need to check the motor, the pump, the clutch, or the transmission. Then you need to open the controls panel and remove the top and front panels.

The motor: The bearings in the motor could be worn out making the motor to run loud. These motor are what is called throw away motor in other words when the motor is makes noises, you just need to replace it.

The pump: Disconnect the washer from the wall outlet and remove the front panel to get access to the pump. Drain any water from the pump and check inside of the pump to make sure there is nothing inside rubbing against the pump impeller and making noises.

The agitator: Check the agitator coupler to see if it is worn out preventing the agitator to work properly. To check the agitator coupler you will need to remove the agitator first.

Damper straps: These straps are made of hard rubber and are used to try to keep the tub assembly riding in the middle when the washer is in the spin mode. Disconnect the washer from the wall outlet and remove the front panel.

The remove the top panel to be able to get access to the damper straps to see if any of them are broken. If any one is broken, just replace it. Disconnect the washer from the wall outlet and remove the front panel to get access to the pump.

Drain any water from the pump and check inside of the pump to make sure there is nothing inside rubbing against the pump impeller and making noises.

The agitator: Check the agitator coupler to see if it is worn out preventing the agitator to work properly. To check the agitator coupler you will need to remove the agitator first.

Damper straps: These straps are made of hard rubber and are used to try to keep the tub assembly riding in the middle when the washer is in the spin mode. Disconnect the washer from the wall outlet and remove the front panel.

The remove the top panel to be able to get access to the damper straps to see if any of them are broken. If any one is broken, just replace it.



Click on the links below according to the information
and video needed to complete the repair


     Taking Apart     The Motor     The Pump     The Agitator Coupler

       Damper Straps     Suspension Rods     The Transmission
    















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