GE/GE_Thumb/00110774i03.gif
See part 313 in the diagram
( Grid squares measure 1x1 inch )

Get in touch, we're here to help!

Open until 10PM EST

customerservice@partselect.com

Split Ring

★★★★★
★★★★★
8 Reviews
$ 9.83   In Stock

Get this part fast. Average delivery time via standard shipping: 1.8 days.

PartSelect Number PS1766022
Manufacturer Part Number WH02X10265
Manufactured by GE
Product Description

Split Ring Specifications

This split ring is two inches in diameter.

How Buying OEM Parts Can Save You Time and Money

Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Leaking | Noisy | Pumps but will not spin | Shakes and moves
This part works with the following products:
Washer.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint.
Part# WH02X10265 replaces these:
AP4324356, 1394382, WH02X1195, WH2X1195
Questions and Answers

We're sorry, but our Q&A experts are temporarily unavailable.
Please check back later if you still haven't found the answer you need.

5 questions answered by our experts.
    Sort by:
    Sorry, we couldn't find any existing answers that matched.Try using some different or simpler keywords, or submit your new question by using the "Ask a Question" button above!
    ERICA
    November 6, 2018
    I changed the tub seal, split ring, drain pump, tub bearing washer {only the small ring} & the hub washers but my washer is still leaking water.. should i change the medal tub bearing washer also & the hub nut? i don't know what else it could possibly be.. it leaks a tiny bit but when it gets about a 1/4 of water it really drips out a lot!! please help im out of ideas!!
    For model number WJSE4150B1WW
    Hello Erica, Thank you for the question. I suggest checking or replacing the Tub Seal, Part Number: PS4704237 and the Hub Nut, Part Number: PS271505. You can also check for wear or damage to the Inner Tub Base Hub, Part Number: PS273296 and the Outer Tub, Part Number: PS9493102. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!

    1 person found this helpful.

    Was this helpful?
    Thank you for voting!
    Bob
    January 8, 2018
    My washer is not agitating and spinning on the drain and spin mode. How would I know if it is the split ring that is the problem?
    For model number WHRE5550K2WW
    Hi Bob. Thank you for the question. Only way to know for sure is to take the appliance a part and check the split ring for damage or wear. Hope this helps!

    Was this helpful?
    Thank you for voting!
    Bob
    January 10, 2018
    The washer will wash and agitate and drain but when it comes to the spin cycle the Green light is lit on the panel acknowledging it is in spin mode but nothing happens. There is no clog in the line to the sensor on the tub. I have tried resetting it by lifting the lid 6 times in 12 seconds. The belt is fine and the clutch engages. Any other ideas to diagnose?
    For model number WHRE5550K2WW
    Hi Bob, Thank you for your question. If the washer is not spinning, there are some parts that you will need to check to see which one is causing the issue. You will need to check the belt, the lid switch with wire harness, the drain pump and motor assembly, the tub dampening straps, the split ring, the tub bearing, the tub seal, the magnet assembly and the shaft and mode shifter assembly. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

    Was this helpful?
    Thank you for voting!
    Karen
    January 22, 2018
    Just replaced tub bearing. Machine is quieter during spinning cycle and the tub itself seems to stay in place better, but during the wash cycle it sounds like something is rubbing together. Did i tighten something too tight, or is something else worn and needs to be replaced? No one thinks my husband and i can fix this washer, but we are determined to earn some bragging rights. Any help would be appreciated.
    For model number GTWN2800D0WW
    Hello Karen, Thank you for your inquiry. I would start by checking the agitator and the agitator coupling to see if they are worn or cracked. Then check the drive pulley, belt and pulley nut. Hope this helps!

    Was this helpful?
    Thank you for voting!
    Nathan
    March 6, 2018
    My washer fills 1/4 of the way an stops doesn't do anything after that but if i switch it to drain and spin it drains but still doesn't spin.
    For model number GHWN4250D0WW
    Hi Nathan, Thank you for your question. With multiple problems like your appliance not spinning and not filling correctly, I would say check your lid switch and your pressure switch along with the tube that goes to the pressure switch. It sounds like one of those parts might be causing the issue. If they are both fine however, you might have to look into your control board being the issue. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

    Was this helpful?
    Thank you for voting!
    Related Parts:
      Part Videos

      Replacing your General Electric Washer Split Ring

      Customer Repair Stories
       Average Repair Rating: 2.1 / 5.0, 25 reviews. What's this?
      Sort by:
      Sorry, we couldn't find any existing installation instruction that matched.
      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.
      205 of 241 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      The Hub Under the Spinner basket broken/ Deteriorated
      Removed front cover, Control panel, top Cover, slasher unit, all very smiple stuff. the hub was broken and the spinner basket came right out. One half Hub attached to Spinner, Other half attached to Hub drive shaft. removing the Hub nut was the hard part. tried impack & socket, No luck. in removal. Had to usr Hammer & Chisel and bust Old Alum. Nut off. Clean up and replace parts. OK. Had to remove water pump and clear debree that went in pump when spinner Hub broke off . the spinner also bursted a crack in the outer poly tube when it cam apart.. Sanded the dmage area and Patched with a good coat of JB Weld. machine is working Like new. The parts all worked Great. the break down Chart was a great Help to get the right parts needed. Thanks
      105 of 126 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      tub would not spin / motor was smoking
      the hardest part was getting the hub nut off. You have no room for a big wrench, I ended up chiseling it off.once I got it a part I saw the transmission was leaking oil, I checked every thing else, every thing seemed fine. I read on this web site that a common failure was the hub, mine was not in the best of shape so I replaced it while I was in there.replaced tub bearing,washer hub, hub nut , retaining clip for clutch,ring split, transmission and tub bearing 1/2 and $250.00 later the machine works like new.The diagrams that give you the part numbers were very helpful in the reassembly.
      55 of 87 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      Water leakage from the bottom of the tub through the shaft seal
      Thanks to comments already summited to Partselect I was prepareed for the worst. Once I figured out that you remove the agitator assembly with a swift jerk I was able to access the lower portion of the tub. As others have found out the aluminum nut holding the inner tub can not be removed without a hammer and chisel. Once you get past that things go well. What is left is cleaning the components and re-assembling.
      30 of 35 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      Bearing above brake plate on transmission unit failed, brske material broken up
      First I removed the agitator. The shoulder screw on top of the air bell was almost disintegrated, but after soaking with penetrating oil and a large channel lock pliers I removed the shoulder screw. Next, the air bell required a bearing puller to remove it from the agitator shaft (with force application to the agitator shaft from above). After two days of soaking with penetrating oil, heating with a hot air gun, and countless attempts with a pipe wrench and sledge hammer the 1 11/16 nut was not moving. I drilled down along the flats of the shaft and dug out as much corrosion as I could and filled the cavities with penetrating oil. Next, I drilled down at an angle (so as not to gouge the centering taper of the spinner hub) into the nut in order to relieve some stress - no success. I ended up using a chissel ( blade and flat round ) to break pieces of the nut away which was quite brittle. After removing about 1/8 of the nut's top and tapered portion, it began to turn out with a pipe wrench. Next, the spinner would not lift out off the shaft, so I had to remove the entire tub and transmission assembly (but with the spinner basket attached) as instructed by the paper stored within the control panel. I removed the tub support bracket and motor assembly and the pulley off the transmission (pieces of the brake pad fell out). Using a 2X6 piece of lumber, I fabricated 2 semi circular pieces to fit within the 20 inch diameter of the spinner basket and secured their position with another piece of wood. I attached eye hooks to the wood and with rope,hung the entire assembly over an I beam with the transmission in the 5 gallon bucket and the tub suspended only about an inch above the bucket. I hammered on the agitator shaft until the tub and transmission fell the inch as it separated from the spinner basket. After this, it was just cleaning the areas receiving new parts. I did use a sealant around the new tub seal edges and bottom when assembling. Other than having to tap 1/4- 20 threads in the new transmission brake flange (new part had no threads in the holes) the reassembly went fine. I did have to retighten the new 1 11/16 nut after the first use because the new brake pad really stopped the basket from spinning, but the momentom loosened the nut after 3 loads of wash.
      30 of 43 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      Grind noise becoming worse
      Used the repair instruction paper behind the washer control panel and used the online parts diagram. Also the online responces from other customer repairs gave me the idea to take a small pipe wrench (with a sock over the bottom of handle) and tap it with a 10 lb sledge hammer to remove the alumium hub nut. *** It is a backwards threaded nut **** I did not know I was going the wrong way until I looked at the new nut and noticed it's reverse threaded!!! After that it was just taking everything apart and putting it back the way you found it.
      27 of 39 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      Washer was leaking where the tranmission entered the tub
      Based on other research, the location of the leak indicated that the main tub seal needed to be replaced. I took the washer apart before ordering new parts in case I broke other parts in the process and to be sure I could. I ended up having to cut off the Agitator Coupling and really marred up the hub nut. Those were the hardest 2 pieces to remove since they had corroded badly after many years of use. I had to use a pipe wrench and a hammer to remove the hub nut and a hack saw to get the agitator coupling off (air bell).
      $68.00 and 2 hours later, the washer no longer leaks.
      24 of 31 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      Loud noise, burning smell during spin cycle
      The video with Steve is invaluable. I followed the video to replace the tub bearing. Had to jump over to the tub seal video to make sure I got it seated into the outer tub correctly. The tub bearing video skips past the seal part. Be aware that the video cut aways can be a considerable amount of time. Highly recommend a few things: 1) if you think you need to replace one of the things on my parts list (bearing, washer, seal, etc) then just replace everything at once. It's not worth it to try to reuse old nasty parts. All of the parts + 1 11/16 spanner wrench came to around 60 bucks. 2) get the washer out of its confined area and give yourself some room to work on it. I took the time to shuffle it out into my garage and setup a table to spread out the parts and tools. This procedure is a complete washer dismantle job. So take your time and be patient. 3) the aluminum hub nut is a bugger. I had to use penetrating oil and make a couple of small angled cuts with a hacksaw to relieve the tension between the nut and transmission shaft. 4) the main lower tub bearing (bushing) was also a bugger and all gummed up and rusty. Be very careful getting it out. You don't want to ruin the integrity of the outer tub cavity that it goes into. Light taps and patience using the butt end of a hammer and flat blade screwdrivers. From beginning to end, with a few breaks to let the penetrating oil do its thing, it took about four hours. I took my time, reviewed the videos throughout that time, and I've never worked on a washing machine before.
      20 of 22 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      Excessive agitator side movement
      Bought all of the parts to remedy this. It ended up being the top transmission seal/bearing which is not a replaceable part. I could see the shaft moving side to side. But the parts diagrams are not detailed enough to show that when assembled.

      She led a good life.

      My new side loader is SO MUCH BETTER AND INSANELY EFFICIENT. I highly recommend making the change if you need a transmission..
      17 of 21 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      transmission leaking grease
      removed front cover the agitater then cover over large nut then large nut then inner tub then split ring and tub bearing then disconnected the hardware around the outer tub then replaced transmission then put back together in reverse order.
      13 of 16 people found this instruction helpful.
      Was this instruction helpful to you?
      Thank you for voting!
      Customer Reviews
      Average Rating:
      ★★★★★
      ★★★★★
      8 Reviews
      5.0
      Filter By Rating:
      • 5 Stars
        8
      • 4 Stars
        0
      • 3 Stars
        0
      • 2 Stars
        0
      • 1 Star
        0
        Sort by:
        Sorry, we couldn't find any existing reviews that matched. Try using some different or simpler keywords.
          Related Parts
          Model Cross Reference
          This part works with the following models:
          PartSelect Number: PS1766022
          Manufacturer Part Number: WH02X10265
          Brand
          Model Number
          Description
          General Electric
          51451Y1WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          51451Y2WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          52120TAWB
          Washer
          General Electric
          56021A0WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56031A0WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56041A0WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56051A0WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56121T2WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56121T3WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56121T4WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56121T5WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56121T8WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56121TAWW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56121TBWW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56200T2WB
          Washer
          General Electric
          56200T3WB
          Washer
          General Electric
          56200T5WB
          Washer
          General Electric
          56220T6WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56220T8WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56220TAWW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56220TBWW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56221B0WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56221B1WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56221B2WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56221B3WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56221T6WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56231B0WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56231B1WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56231B2WW
          Washer
          General Electric
          56231B3WW
          Washer

          Get in touch, we're here to help!

          Open until 10PM EST

          Contact Customer Service