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D-Shaped Knob Clip
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PartSelect Number PS268493
Manufacturer Part Number WH01X10106
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Door Handle Fastener
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PartSelect Number PS6447735
Manufacturer Part Number WR01X11007
This is a door handle fastener to secure the handle to your refrigerator drawer. It is also known and a mounting bolt or screw. It is approximately 1 inch in total length, and is made of metal.
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Charles A. from ARVADA, CO
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Mounting Screw
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PartSelect Number PS6011723
Manufacturer Part Number WR01X11014
This OEM part is from GE and is designed for use in your refrigerator. This part is known as a door mounting screw, and is for mounting the handles of the refrigerator to the door studs.
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Screw 8-16 hxw 1/2 Stainless Steel
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PartSelect Number PS258461
Manufacturer Part Number WD02X10067
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Farhan from EL DORADO HLS, CA
Spray arm fell off and melted due to screw loss
1. Unscrew the nozzle part from the dish rack and pull it down from the clip side. 2. Replace the new nozzle by inserting the plain side in first and clip it in. 3. Tighten the screw. 4. Insert the spray arm hole in the nozzle and tighten the screw with washer. 5. Start washing dishes Read more...
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Screw
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PartSelect Number PS271689
Manufacturer Part Number WH2X930
This screw is sold individually.
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Mikhail from Framingham, MA
8 screws and done
After taking off:
5 screws off the back
2 in the front - Husky screws in the front
panel clips - the top panel was opened.

1 more screw for starter switch

DONE - under 15 minutes.
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Screw
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PartSelect Number PS234226
Manufacturer Part Number WB1K5157
This screw is black in color and sold individually.
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Hinge Cover Screw
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PartSelect Number PS783750
Manufacturer Part Number WR01X10379
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john from muskegon, MI
missing top hinges
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SCREW #10
PartSelect Number PS267626
Manufacturer Part Number WE2M163
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WASHER HUB
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PartSelect Number PS3501415
Manufacturer Part Number WH01X10617
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David from ABINGDON, IL
Tub seal leaking, hub nut stuck, tub stuck.
If you're handy with a right angle grinder and a cutoff wheel, it can be done.

Order the washer hub, hub nut, and the spring washer above the hub nut.

Get the agitator out. a pair of flat bars and some hammering on the agitator retaining bolt helps a lot. Loosen the retaining nut a few turns, pry and hammer at the same time, repeat until he agitator comes out.

On the bottom of the tub assembly is a brown plastic bracket that holds the spin solenoid. Remove it before you dismount the tub assembly. It's easy to break, and it costs $65.

Dismount the tub assembly from the cabinet. Turn it over and remove the motor. Unbolt everything that can be unbolted. Cut away enough of the large metal plate that was bolted to the bottom of the tub so that the tub assembly will stand upright on a five gallon bucket.

Stand the tub assembly upright on the five gallon bucket. Cut away the hub nut. Try not to cut into the black steel disk on the bottom of the tub. Soak the metal parts with PB Blaster, Kroil, or similar. Slip a three foot long piece of 1 1/4 pipe or conduit over the stem that held the agitator. Hold the pipe upright. Drop a four foot long steel rod into the pipe. Use the steel rod as a slide hammer and whale away. Stop frequently to spray your penetrant, and keep hammering. Eventually you'll drive the old washer hub out of the drum. Remember, everything is plastic and not indestructible..

Before reassembly turn the tub over and clean up the mating surfaces, ditto the agitator. When reassembling use antisieze compound on the mating surfaces.
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Hose Clamp Kit
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PartSelect Number PS270806
Manufacturer Part Number WH1X2036
This is a water hose clamp kit for a variety of appliances including dishwashers and washers. This is a genuine replacement part. The kit includes two hose clamps. The smaller of the two is 1 inch in diameter while the larger one is 2 inches in diameter. The hose clamps secure the end of the water hose in place to prevent the hose from leaking. If you notice leaking from the hose of your appliance, you may need to replace this kit. Protect your hands with work gloves during this repair to avoid injury.
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Richard from Garden City, NY
washer had heavy wet clothes left after spin cycle
The trick is to pull the front cover off by using a putty knife .slide it under the cover at both front corners.it will click on each corner.then pull front cover off .lift off the bottom catch hooks.look for the pump on the bottom right side.unplug the wite connector .take 2-5/16 bolts out holding the bracket.then grab a pliers .squeeze the hose clamps and pull the 2 hoses off.assemble new pump. Read more...

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