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Bearing

Part Number: AP4437603
MFG Part Number: 4280FR4048L
Made by: LG
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Usually changed out at the same time as the seal (AP4438637) and the other bearing (AP4439183).

Genuine LG part. See all items in Washer Bearing and Washer Dryer Combo Bearing.

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Part Number 4280FR4048L (AP4437603) replaces 4280FR4048S, 1267500, 4280FR4048N, AH3522897, EA3522897, PS3522897.

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Noisy bearings Gerald D. • Belle Vernon, PA • October 18, 2014
Appliance: Model LG WM2077CW

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Loud noise on lg washer during spin cycle Michael L. • Flushing, MI • August 25, 2014

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Washer basket was loose banging/knocking when running eventually gave a 'load out of balance code" Dwayne D. • Hopewell Junction, NY • September 29, 2014
Appliance: Model LG WM2075CW

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How to Replace Bearing #4280FR4048L

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Bearing #4280FR4048L for Washer, Washer Dryer Combo made by Kenmore, LG. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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I disassembled the machine as shown in the video. I am trying to remove the inner basket from the tub. I have soaked the shaft in penetrating oil and beat on it splitting two 2x4's. How do you separate the basket from the tub?

Dave for Model Number LG WM2487HWM

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So the video was great and I just changed out my bearings and seal. Hooked everything back up and now when I try to run the washer it wont run. When I hit the start button all the cycle selector buttons are lit and it when I spin it it wont let me select any of the cycles, they all stay lite. The start cycle button flashes but that is all that it will do. Any thoughts??? I know I did not miss hooking up any of the wires but any help would be appreciated. Also the machine ran fine until I took it a part to do the bearing job. Thank you, Kevin

Kevin for Model Number LG Washer WM2077CW

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The spin cycle of our machine had a loud roaring noise. I am in the process of replacing the bearings and followed the steps on your video however I am stuck at the removal of the shaft from the bearings. Applied Aero Kroil to loosen the frozen parts (not sure if it really penetrates in between the shaft and the bearings though - may be should leave the penetrating oil overnight??) and hit 100+ times with hammer with piece of wood no luck. Should I drill through the bearings to help the shaft out. Would that work or any other suggestions?

Mike for Model Number wm2277hw

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Thanks to video, tore down entire washer to get to bearings. Worked like a charm, till it came time to pound out the bearings. I destroyed first one, outer ring still jammed in tub. Second one breaking down. Is there a tool for this? I have used penetrating oil and three sizes of punches. How hard are you allowed to hit the outer ring without damageing the tub? Unrelated: When you go to reinstall the tub shaft in the new bearings, is there any need to lubricate the shaft with any product? And how will I know when it is pushed in far enough? Is there a specific measurement out the backside to check for?

Ed the Wannabe Plumber for Model Number wm2277hw

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There is about 2" of up and down wobble in the inside tub. This all around the inside. Is this a bearing?

John for Model Number wm2277hb

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Our machine has had a rattle sound at the door since we purchased. We tried leveling. Wedging a washcloth between washer and dryer minimized the sound. Recently it started sounding louder on spin. On Sunday, smoke came from the washer. We unplugged and could see the Gasket / boot melted a litle and was a bit chewed up on the bottom. I did not know about your company then, but glad I do now. A fellow worker got a new seal boot at a local dealer and I installed it. I'm very mechanically inclined as an Electrical Contractor and i'm fairly sure the installation was correct. On first start up with load, it smoked again (rubber) on spin. I notice a few fragments of the boot rubber already slightly chewed. I suspected bearings after reading alot, but their is not much movement of the drum by hand up and down at the front. However, if I turn the drum slowly by hand, I can see the elevation go up and down slightly in relation to the gasket. Does this sound like bearings? If so, is it much easier to replace the whole assembly, if so what part? I'm limited on space, and more so on time. Thank you

Kurt for Model Number LG WM2487HWMA

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