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Tub Seal
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PartSelect Number PS4704237
Manufacturer Part Number WH02X10383
The main tub seal is located between the transmission and the outer tub. Its the primary water seal in the outer tub for the transmission-shaft. If your washer is leaking during the fill cycle, or at agitation time, your tub seal may need to be replaced. You can check if the tub seal needs to be replaced by watching that area during an actual fill cycle. Take off the front panel, or if it is a front-loading washer, the rear panel. Without touching the washing machine, observe the place where the shaft of the transmission comes into the tub and the weep holes at the housing of the rear bearing. If there is water leaking, the tub seal is at fault. NOTE: This seal is difficult to replace and should probably be installed by a qualified technician.
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Installation Instructions
Wayne from Saint Augustine, FL
Tub seal leaked, rusted the transmission bearing which locked up
I followed the instructions in the GE Consumer Service Training Technician Manual Pub. No. 31-10008.

I also power washed the basket and tub before reassembly.

The tub seal comes with the transmission and brake assembly so it's not necessary to order another seal.

The agitator coupling kit contains a redesigned coupler and longer screw with new o-ring.

I bought the hub nut, split ring, tub bearing, agitator coupling kit and washer hub because these are all the parts that go on the transmission shaft. I felt it was best to spend a few dollars more to replace every part involved with the spin and agitation of the washer.

I used the channel lock and a hammer with a shortened handle to remove and replace the hub nut. Use caution as the nut is aluminum.

The entire job took 5 hours.
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Tub Seal
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PartSelect Number PS11726907
Manufacturer Part Number WH08X24594
The tub seal is manufactured to create a watertight seal between the tub and the inner spin basket. Your seal will wear over time causing the rubber to dry out and crack, breaking the seal in your washer. You may need to replace this part if you notice leaking in your appliance. This part is about 2.75 inches in diameter, is made of rubber, and is black in color.
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Door Boot Seal
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PartSelect Number PS1766023
Manufacturer Part Number WH08X10036
Also known as Bellow. The part may differ in appearance but functions same as original.
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  • Burning smell
  • Leaking
  • Marks left on clothes
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Installation Instructions
Brandon from Chugiak, AK
Water leaking from the door.
I had to replace the door gasket because there was a small piece that had torn away, which caused large amounts of water to leak when the load of laundry was too big. Smaller loads of laundry would just produce a little bit of water.
Unsure of how to replace the gasket, I used a phillips screwdriver to pull the door and front panel off. I thought that this would be pretty simple, but I soon discovered that it wasn't as simple as removing several screws and pulling the pieces off. The door was easy, the bottom panel was easy, but the front panel was held in place by screws, plastic tabs, the front of the gasket (I'll explain later), and gravity by means of plastic supports. Trying to find and release the tabs, lifting the panel up and out was not self-explanatory. I finally figured it out, and it made changing the gasket out, a breeze. The gasket is held in by two diferent wire spring clamps/bands. One band holds the gasket to the outside of the tub, and the other band holds the gasket to the front panel. Before removing the front panel you must remove the first band which is cleverly hidden by the face of the rubber gasket. Just peel it back...it's in there. I was able to pull/pry this off with a screwdriver because I was not worried about damaging the old gasket. The second band had to be removed with either a 6mm/7mm wrench(I can't remember which) or a stubby phillips screwdriver. The stubby screwdriver is handy because of the proximity of the tubs counterweights. Once the final band is removed just peel the gasket away from the tub, after taking note of how it came off. Put the fully loosened band on the new gasket and fit the new gasket into place. It helped to have two sets of hands to work it around the tub, but probably not necessary. The wrench is necessary to properly tighten the band, because you cannot get enough torque on the stubby screwdriver.Once the gasket is in place you can re-install the front panel, and secure the front of the gasket to the panel. Install the band and it will secure itself by the tension of the spring. Put the door back on and you are ready to wash clothes.
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Washer Door Boot
PartSelect Number PS11763264
Manufacturer Part Number WH08X23479
The door boot forms a seal between the wash tub and the door, preventing leaks.
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DISPENSER_SEAL
PartSelect Number PS1021589
Manufacturer Part Number WH41X10119
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Bellow - Gray
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PartSelect Number PS6011699
Manufacturer Part Number WH08X10064
This part is also called the Door Boot Seal. It's the main seal between the front bulkhead and the outer tub.
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Flood Gasket
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PartSelect Number PS271102
Manufacturer Part Number WH1X2729
This part is for the hose to outer tub.
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TUB SEAL
PartSelect Number PS8757008
Manufacturer Part Number WH02X10362
Installation Instructions
Greg from SPRING CITY, TN
Tub Seal Replacement - Direct Drive with Detergent/Fabric Softener Despensing
This procedure was completely different from any other Tub Seal I've done and in my opinion needs 2 people. The first thing to note is that this seal must be removed from the bottom of the outer tub. Also, the top of this machine does not hinge in back. The typical clips are in front, but the back has 2 screws that must be removed. Since the wiring was too involved to completely separate the top from the base, I had to improvise a stand to hold the top while the rest of the process was completed - keep slack on all remaining connected wires. The motor, clutch and bearing plate must be removed from the bottom in order to access the Tub Seal. Below are the steps I did to complete the process:
- Remove Control Panel Cover (rear)
- Disconnect as many wire harness plugs as possible from Control Board (Note positions for reassembly - pictures work well)
- Remove Pressure Switch
- Disconnect Detergent and Softener dispense hoses from Machine Top
- Rotate top 180 degrees (Flat-Spin) and position so no strain is on the still connected wires.
- Remove Tub Cover
- Remove Impeller (Agitator) from inside tub.
- Remove Tub Nut - Note Left handed Threads (I used 1/2" Drive Impact)
- Remove rear Cross Bar from cabinet (Cross Bar must be removed since tub will not fit through opening. Once removed it must be held in place or outer tub will fall)
- Remove Inner Tub - This tub is heavy and fluid-balanced. Mine required 2 people to wobble and pull for removal.
- Replace Cross bar to keep unit stable
- Lay machine on its side - use care not stretch or pull any wires.
- Remove motor, (Rotor and Stator)
- Remove Clutch and wires
- Loosen all wire ties (Use tiny screwdriver to release ties - Do Not remove the tie mount) securing wires to Bearing Plate and push wires to the outside edge of bearing Plate
- Remove all screws securing Bearing Plate to Outer Tub
- Use flat-head Screwdriver to gently pry Bearing Plate away from outer tub (Quite Heavy - Use Care)
- Tub Seal is now exposed on top of Bearing Plate and can now be removed and replaced (Be sure to clean all seal mating surfaces and lubricate with dish soap)
- Reverse this sequence in the exact order for re-assembly taking care to reconnect all wiring plugs and ground wires.
- During Re-assembly I used Blue Loctite on all bolts securing the Clutch, Stator, and Rotor as I found several very loose on my machine
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GASKET MAIN
PartSelect Number PS11701132
Manufacturer Part Number WH08X22620
Installation Instructions
Michael from WELDON, IL
Riper gasket main, needed replaced.
After trying multiple times, multiple ways to stretch the gasket over the washer drum with no luck, I was able to get it installed but it took 2 more people. 4 hands to hold the gasket while the other person fits it around the drum. I noticed in the install videos they start the process then cut away, and magically the gasket is installed. Read more...
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Washer Door Boot Gasket
PartSelect Number PS11725311
Manufacturer Part Number WH08X22619
The gasket Door boot forms a seal between the washtub and the door, preventing leaks.

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