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 Posted: Sat Oct 23rd, 2010 12:27 am
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Hi, and thanks in advance for your guidance, Master!  I have a GE top-loading washer, model # WCXR1070TAAA.  I was washing some pillows and towels, and the unit made a whole lotta noise.  Turns out the basket stopped spinning, though the agitator still works.  Also, its not fully draining any more.  I removed the agitator, and it appears that a part is completely rusted through!  Here's a photo:



I checked GE's website, and I found a schematic ( https://genet.geappliances.com/IPCNet/Dispatcher?REQUEST=IPCNETGETPDF&file=00000000/00000800/00000821.p03.pdf ) and a parts list ( https://www.geapplianceparts.com/GEApplianceParts/Dispatcher?REQUEST=ACCESSORY ).  I'm not sure if this is part of the basket itself (part 316) or the hub (part 323) that rusted.  It seems like it was formerly a solid piece, but the hub is shown with spaces on the sides.  Also, will this alone cause the water to stop draining from the unit?  Thanks!

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looks like this part ?

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Well, mine is pretty corroded, and I haven't removed any other parts, but it does seem to be a match. If this corrodes away and the drum won't spin, will that cause the water to not drain? I don't want to invest in this if there is still another problem at large. Thanks!

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Possibly the parts that corrode and broke off could be blocking the pump intake......................

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