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    • Part Number: AP3892133
    • MFG Part Number: 134735700
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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I pulled out my washer and ther is oil on the floor, can you tell me where this is coming from and I need to replace?

Tammy B for Model Number LA700XPN1

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Washer will fill with water but not agitate. I can manually rotate timer dial to get the tub to spin and drain in high speed. Agitator will only move in counter clockwise direction. Is this a motor issue or a transmission issue and how do I verify before purchasing the part I need?

Colin for Model Number Frigidaire fex831fs

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Everything in the washer works fine except for the clicking sound. Now when the machine is off, I tried to move the agitator shaft has a play ( on a clock let's say ) between 12 and 2 and I can hear that same click @12 and a click @ 2. I have practically replaced all major conponents, but the transmission. Please advise. Dimitri

Dimitri K for Model Number 417.99985110

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Will Part #134735700 (transmission) work in a Model 417.94712400 (washer-dryer)?

Ed for Model Number 417.94712400

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Washer doesn't spin or agitate, it fills and pump runs and drains, I can turn the basket counter clockwise as much as I want but it doesn't turn at all clockwise.

Bob for Model Number 41798702891

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Why is my washer, the tub, spinning during wash cycle?

Minh for Model Number FEX831CS0

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Agitator is not agitating but the machine is spinning though.

Smooth for Model Number fex831fs2

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Hello, I am in the middle of replacing the "one-way" bearing at the bottom of the transmission shaft (in the square looking "hub"), how in the world does the old bearing come out... do I hammer away to knock the square block off then tap bearing out or is there some type of special puller needed? Thank you for ANY advice

Jason for Model Number FEX831CSO

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When the machine is washing the agitator is working properly but the tub is turning in a clockwise direction with the agitator and makes it seem that it is spin drying while the agitator goes back and forth, this causes the laundry to wrap on the agitator and water to spill up out the top of the tub. I can actually hold the tub from spinning. The spin cycle works fine as it spins in a ccw direction. Is there a locking devise somewhere. What can cause this problem.

Ray for Model Number FWX233RES1

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Lower bearing very noisy in spinn cycle. I removed tranny and removed hub containing bearing (seems a one way bearing) no listing for this bearing.....

Herb for Model Number 417.98702891

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