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    • Part Number: AP2107258
    • MFG Part Number: 131618500
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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I RECENTLY ORDERED INNER TUB ASSEMBLY W/ SPIDER AND SHAFT, PART# AP2107258. MY QUESTION IS, THE INSIDE OF THE TUB IS MISSING THE BARS THAT HELP AGITATE? IS THIS SOMETHING I MUST ORDER SEPARATELY?

Candice for Model Number 131618500

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My Kenmore HE2 stopped in the middle of the cycle. The error code is F25. I ran the diagnostic mode, everything was fine. I tested the ohmn on the motor, it was also good. I found it does not work on full load. It works fine if I fill it half or less. I replaced the drive belt. it is better, but full load still does not work. What else can I try to replace to solve the problem ?

Kelvin for Model Number Kenmore HE2

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Approximately how long would it take a qualified Frigidaire service tech to replace the inner wash basket part #131618500 in they encounter no other problems (outer tub and bearing seem fine)? I am trying to decide if it's worth the money to replace the inner stainless steel basket ($253.18) or just get a new machine? My wife wants a decision made today and I can't get a tech out here til tomorrow. At $90/hr much more than two hours would send me shopping. I promise I won't hold you to it. Just a guess?

Ed for Model Number GLGH1642DSO

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How long does it take to replace the inner wash basket? Part #AP2107258, Frigidaire part #131618500?

Ed for Model Number GLGH1642DSO

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Recently, I was experiencing a loud clunking sound during the spin cycle on my front load washer. After reviewing the drawings and reading several of the posted questions and answers, I was convinced that my rear tub assembly was the culprit (worn bearing assemblies). I purchased the rear tub assembly AP2578105 and the tub gasket AP3212518 to repair the fault. My rear tub assembly came complete with the tub gasket installed, when I notified the staff at Appliance Parts Pros to inform them of this, they instantly credited my account the price of the gasket - excellent customer support! After I removed the rear tub assembly (and cleaned the inner tub assembly AP2107258 and spider) I re-assembled the washer. I applied white lithium grease on the shaft-to-bearing contact sleeves as I installed the shaft into the rear tub assembly ensuring that the shaft bolt was tightened and the pulley wheel was spinning freely (and true). Everything appeared to be on track. During a test run with the back and lower front cover removed, everything appeared to function as designed except for the spin cycle (again/still). Although, with the new bearings installed the noise was decreased from the Cessna that was landing in the laundry room to an unbalanced thumping sound at higher speeds. When the cycle completed, and the front door was opened, I noted that the inner tub assembly had approximately 1/2" of play vertically although the rear bolt is attached securely. Is there a way to measure or accurately assess the inner tub assembly spider shaft assembly before re-assembling the washer with the old part that appears to be in useable condition but may be faulty? My guess is that 98% of appliance owners would not attempt the rear tub assembly change-out as I have, given the steep price of the replacement part and the impending knuckle-busting maneuvers required to complete the repairs. Add to that the potential requirement to replace the inner tub assembly = buy a new washer (hands down). The most helpful information would be how to properly assess the inner tub assembly shaft wear/alignment issue which apparently, in my case, was the root cause of the bearing failure, possibly initiated by overloading the machine over time. Please confirm/correct my assessment as needed. I hope that this "short story" helps someone.

Chris for Model Number Frigidaire FTF530FS1

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I replaced the rear outer tub assembly due to bad bearing. Now it's squeaking at one point in the rotation and making a fairly loud thunking noise during the spin cycle. Is this likely the spider arm? What should I check?

Will for Model Number FWT445GES2

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Mom has an older Kenmore front load washer and it looks like the "door" is not plumb. The dryer's door fits plumb on the front of the machine but the washers door and drum seem to be at an angle. Is this normal?

John

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Is there a way I can determine if I need the inner & outer tub assemblies? My washer is making a loud rumbling noise when spinning @ high speed. The cost of both of them is $473.00. I dont want to order one just to find out both are bad. If they are I would be better off putting that money towards a new washer.

Duiane for Model Number FWT645RHSO

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Looks like the bearing on my washer is bad. It has very loud noise when it's spinning fast. Is this replaceable?

Jale for Model Number fwt449gfs1

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My spider went bad on my front load - will part #AP2107258 fit in my GE WBVH6240FWW washer?? Why such a difference in price between GE and Frigidaire??

Bryan for Model Number WBVH6240FWW

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