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    • Part Number: AP2578105
    • MFG Part Number: 131525500
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When the bearing goes out does the spider shaft normally experience excessive wear?

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I have ordered the shell which includes the bearing. When re-assembling, is there any other item that would be good to replace while I have everything ripped apart?

Al G. for Model Number LFW201EW0

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How do you remove the drum (shaft) from the old shell? I have removed the pulley, but cannot pull the old shell away from the shaft.

Al G. for Model Number LFW201EW0

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When putting the tub back into the machine, does it matter which direction you hook the spring onto the tub? from the front or the back? In the video, it looks like one is hooked from the back & one is hooked from the front.

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I was washing an overly large load of clothes in my washer & I heard it pounding like it was off balance. I repositioned the clothes but it kept pounding. It finished the full cycle. Then the next load of cloth that I washed (half the amount of clothes) it continued pounding & never would go into a full high speed spin. Clothes were soaking wet when full wash cycle was finished. When I take my hand & slowly spin the inner drum, at the same point in the rotation there is a thump sound. Any idea what this could be?

Ellen T for Model Number Frigidaire GLTF1040AS0 front load washer

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I've taken my washer apart and found that the tub spin bracket that holds the shaft on is cracked. Do I have to order the whole tub spin? And should I order a new bearing?

Ron for Model Number 417.42052100

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The spring went on this model causing the drum to drop. The next thing I noticed was water coming out from underneath the washing machine when I went to inspect the noise. I have yet to determine where the leak maybe coming from. The machine has not leaked nor given us a problem to date. I pulled off the top and could see the upper spring broken. Is it possible the leak is/was caused by the tub dropping and being out of alignment or am better to determine after replacing the spring to see if still leaking to obviously find out where.? I was hoping to order any and all parts at once since a new spring is required. Many thanks for your advice.

Gerry

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There is a leak in the bottom side of the rear outer tub assembly. The shell itself seem to be leaking a centimeter away from what is the center of the plastic nipple. Is the rear outer tub the only part I will need to replace? Also, is it common to get a leak through the outer tub that is through the plastic itself?

Jim for Model Number GLTF1670AS1

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The machine is leaking water from the bottom of the tub apparently around the shaft. I have removed the tub, and there appears to not be a gasket system for this moel. I have the replacement part seal,tub,t. And have played the video to replace it. Part no5303279394. Thanks

Lonnie for Model Number Glws1349as1

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If I replace the Rear Drum with Bearing #407639, do I also need to replace the Tub Seal # 936915?

Paul for Model Number GLTF1240AS0

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