The plastic piece on the drain pump that pushes the water broke
Alan B. • Scottsdale, AZ • October 18, 2014
Appliance: Whirlpool Automatic Washer WFW8410SW01
My Repair & Advice
I needed to replace the whole assembly. Very easy to replace. Used nut driver, pliers and a flat screwdriver. Unhooked the two hoses using pliers to loosen the hose clamps. Removed the electrical connection. Flat screwdriver lifted up the rubber tab that held the assembly into the chassis. Moved the Drain Pump assembly to the right and lifted out. The new assembly matched exactly. I first put on the two hoses, then inserted assembly into the chassis sliding to the left. Pushed down the rubber tab to secure it to the chassis. Then reattached the electrical connection. The online video helped to know what to do before beginning. The best part was I saved about $50 by purchasing online at AppliancePartsPros. Ordered on Sunday, regular shipping, received Wednesday. Washer was running Wednesday evening. Wife happy!