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Old 04-16-2008, 09:17 PM   #1
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On Saturday my GE Washer model no. GF900483G decided to make an excruciatingly loud sound, and an unbalanced sound, stopped spinning and is leaking. The leaking I attribute to old hose (2003 is the year I got this machine) the rest of it no clue.

I need to know how to open the washer so that I can at least LOOK at the guts....Problem I don't know how. Then when I get the thing open I need to know what to look for. OR should I just get a new one???

SLIGHTLY frustrated....The fridge broke Friday and seriously about 1/2 hour after the new fridge was delivered on Saturday the WASHER DIED!!!!!!! BLAH!!!!

Thank you all in advance for the help.
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Hi,

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Gf900483g
That looks more like a serial# than a model#.
http://www.applianceaid.com/model.html Some model# helps.


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2003 is the year I got this machine.
I need to know how to open the washer so that I can at least LOOK at the guts
If you have a full sized washer with the plastic tub, this should help you get inside for a peek...
http://www.applianceaid.com/genew.html#new_access

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