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Hi Rob,

The same thing happened to me and a tech said I needed to replace the motor and wanted to charge me $400+. Where did you get yours. Here at APP it costs $198 + shipping. Does it include the instructions on how to replace it and was it hard? Thank you so much.
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I had the same hum noise, after investigation i found the centrifugal switch on motor had bad contacts. I cannot locate the switch. You have to purchase the motor which is sad because the switch looks inexpensive. FYI the ge repair man wanted 600.00 to fix it
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It is the centrifugal switch on motor, the contacts are bad. It's a white switch with two connector under motor casing
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What is the complete model number of the unit?

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The model # is 2CGS150LSS-00.
Do you have any info on a replacement switch?

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The model number you posted does not come up. Verify and repost it please.

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The model # is ZCGS150LSS-00.
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Daniel,

Unfortunately GE does not sell this switch separate. The new motor comes as a kit with the new gear and harness and since last year GE raised up the price.

- The motor kit Part number: AP4432455

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