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Shock Absorber Kit

Part Number: AP5590192
MFG Part Number: 5304485917
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 5304485917 (AP5590192) replaces 134564200, 134560410, 131268200, 134560400, 134999010, 5304467357, 134999000, 2220542, AH3508101, EA3508101, PS3508101.

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Shaking way to much the shocks were worn out. Kimberly M. • Corpus Christi, TX • March 25, 2014
Appliance: Model N/A

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Both shocks broke Cynthia G. • Dillsboro, IN • March 20, 2014

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One shock was completely broken. Judith M. • Springfield, VA • March 13, 2014
Appliance: Kenmore Washer 41744072300

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How to remove pins from shocks?

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Can the pins be reused?

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Washing machine leaking from under washer. Pulled off back to find what I think is part #30, level shock snapped off from bottom. The part I see on your site, looks s a liitle different. Are you sure it will fit, and do I need to change both, since they look different? Mine looks larger, and rounder.

Tina for Model Number FTF630AS0

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I just opened my newly ordered shocks (part # 5304485917) and there's about 3/4 to 1/2 inch of play in each shock before there's any resistance. Is this normal? Also, there's a bit of fresh grease on the shafts. Thanks!

Andrew for Model Number GLTF2940ES2

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My washer will go through the first wash cycle and then won't do anything. If I manually put it on spin, it will spin. But it won't rinse or anything. I noticed that both shock absorbers are broken.

Tammy for Model Number GTF1040C50

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Washer shakes violently during early fast spin cycle, later during very fast spin it does not shake. The inner tub moves up and down when I test it. I was hoping to replace the shocks but am worried it might be the spider support. Would the inner tub move around from inside if it was just the shocks or is it more serious.

Eric for Model Number atf8000fg

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