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GE Laundry Center Repair
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Post# 1133206   11/10/2021 at 23:27 (198 days old) by HobartHero (New York)        

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So it looks like I wonít be getting the new washer and dryer for a few months and I need to repair my GE laundry center for now (Model GTUP270EM1WW). I have always hated this machine but I need it working for now. A couple tub dampening strap mounting points have broken off the tub cover and it needs to be replaced as itís just bouncing around like crazy. I looked up the part and apparently the new tub cover has eliminated the use of dampening straps and comes with new rod and spring assemblies. This machine has always been very prone to getting out of balance easily so Iím wondering if the new design is an improvement or if it will go out of balance even easier with this new design? Also any tips to keep his better balanced would be appreciated!
-Shannon


Post# 1133218 , Reply# 1   11/11/2021 at 07:59 (198 days old) by combo52 (50 Year Repair Tech Beltsville,Md)        

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Hi Shannon,

 

Put the new strut kit in, the straps were just limiters and had little to do with handling out of balance loads which is probably why they no longer use them.

 

You are correct that these machines are basically a POS, we work on many every week.

 

Save up for a Speed Queen stack if you need another stack in the future.

 

John


Post# 1133236 , Reply# 2   11/11/2021 at 13:13 (198 days old) by quincyman (Oldsmar, FL)        
POS???

I have no idea what that means.


Post# 1133244 , Reply# 3   11/11/2021 at 13:45 (198 days old) by luxflairguy (Wilmington NC)        

(Piece of sh.t)!

Post# 1133291 , Reply# 4   11/11/2021 at 21:39 (197 days old) by quincyman (Oldsmar, FL)        

Luxflairguy-thanks. Feeling silly that I didn't see that.



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