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    Default Counterweight

    Hotpoint Washer
    Model - HTWP1200d0ww

    The counterweight is off this machine and has been beaten up a little. If I find one, where does it go? Opposite the motor? Facing the machine, left right side? Just two bolts? Looks like it has a place for three bolts but only two holes for bolts in the machine.

    The part number I found for the kit is WH49X10102.
    Kit with platform is WH49X10103.

    Ouch!
    I have found a diagram of one machine with three bolts. Looks like this particular machine might just have two?
    Last edited by Boman; 03-24-2015 at 06:03 AM.

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    where does it go?
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    Just two bolts?
    Looks like it.

    WH49X10102
    Counter weight.

    WH49X10103
    Counter weight and platform.

    jeff.
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    That is one of the same diagrams I found. Wouldn't you say the weight is opposite the motor? Makes sense it would be I guess. The reason I ask is the the clip that fits on top of it was left to one side. I think that was throwing me off. It may have just ended up there when the weight worked itself off.

    Hope I can find the weight. Doubt I will pay those prices then something else may be wrong with it too. I just took a couple of GE's to scrap yard. One of them may have had one.

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    Wouldn't you say the weight is opposite the motor?
    Yes.

    I just took a couple of GE's to scrap yard. One of them may have had one.
    The older ones with the tranny won't have the weight...the newer ones with the shifter will.

    jeff.
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    I see what you mean. I did look at one I have in the back with a transmission that indexes too much. No weight.

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