Part we25m40 ge rear drum bearing kit for ge, hotpoint, and jc penney dryers, genuine ge oem replacement part.
Front drum bearing ge we3m26 this front drum bearing helps your dryer operate as quietly as possible.Hi noah, unfortunately it sounds like you need to replace the rear drum bearing kit we25m40.We recommend installing this assembly because it will ensure a longer lifespan for your dryer, and all the new replacement parts you recently.
Part we1m462 ge drum bearing sleeve for ge, and hotpoint dryers, genuine ge oem replacement part.
Fits model prop 65 warning 2u we25m40 replacement ge hotpoint clothes dryer rear drum bearing kit.Rear drum bearing kit used on some ge brand clothes dryers.Kit includes shaft bearing mounting hardware bearing plate has slot in it for ground strap bearing plate approx.2.5l x 1.5w.
The drum is supported at the rear by a bearing which attaches onto the inside of the rear panel of the cabinet you will need to remove the dryer drum before completing this repair although replacing the drum support bearing is a fairly easy job you will need tools to complete it.Ge dryer model dwsr463eg0ww parts amp repair help repair.
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The dryer glides are not included, they need to be purchased separately.Use part numbers listed to determine if this dryer drum front support bearing will fit your general electric clothes dryer if your model number is not listed.Replaces front support bearing part numbers we3m26, we3m20, we03m0020, ap3790641, ps960316.
Text your data tag and email address to 9723814644 and well send you a link to the right parts for your model.Model numbers are usually found on data label attached to the machine.On vacuums, power tools, and pool equipment, they are usually located on the back or bottom of the unit.