Making Noises
GE Hotpoint Washer

Learn How To Fix A Making Noises GE Hotpoint Washer

In this noisy GE washer page you will find all the videos that will show you the parts that you will need to check & replace when your GE washer is noisy. Noises in a GE washer could come from many different parts in the washer. Make sure that you watch the videos a few times until you know how to check & replace the parts needed to get the washer working properly. 

Taking the washer apart

After you checked the wall outlet making sure that the outlet have about 120 ac volts on it, then you need to see how the washer is taken apart the right way. You need to know how to remove the front panel, the top panel and the controls panel. The video below will show how it is done properly.

The motor

If the noise is coming from the motor is possible that the bearings in the motor are worn out causing the motor to run noisy.If the bearings in the motor are worn out, the solution is to replace the motor with a new one. Watch the video how to check & replace the motor a few times until you know how this repair is done.

The water pump

The water pump could get noisy if something fall inside of the pump and  start hitting the pump impeller when the pump is turning. Watch the video below to learn how to check & replace the water pump in your GE washer properly.

The damper straps

These washers use 4 damper straps made of hard rubber and are use to keep the drum assembly in the middle specially when the washer is on the spin mode. If any of the damper straps break off, the drum assembly will go off balance and the washer will be noisy.

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