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    • Part Number: AP5226074
    • MFG Part Number: 4901ER2003A
    • Made by: LG
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The machine violently shaking, one suspension spring came detached, the tub slammed a couple of golf ball sized dents in the side of the washer. Rear shock absorb. separated in two.Curious what may have caused this malfunction

Johnny for Model Number wm2010cw

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At the end of the spin cycle on the fast spin. Excessive vibration and out of balance.just replaced the front rubber.was gonna replace the cover tub assembly but i guess this product has been discontinued WHY.I BELIEVE THIS IS MY PROBLEM BUT NOT SURE.The front bottom of the cover is damaged.This unit is only 6 years old.Also checked the dampers and springs they look fine.please help very disappointed with this produc thanks no clean clothes kelly

Kelly O for Model Number wm1815cs

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At end of wash cycle when in high speed spin drum seems out of balance by vibrating excessively, burnt plastic smell noticed and grey plastic slivers in pump clean out basket. Can you please let me know what parts might be needed to repair? Thx Mike

Mike for Model Number LG WM2016CW

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Hi. I also have violent instability when on spin cycle. In regular mode it drains but wont enter into the spin cycle. No error codes are given. In test mode it spins ok with out any load on both slow and fast setting. With small towel and larger wet towel it goes completely out of control. Is there a way to confirm only the shocks are at fault, as apposed to bearings and such.

Jeremy for Model Number Lg wm1812cw

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The web site says the shock absorber or damper for the drum is a number 4901ER2003A. Is this the right number for the LG washer I have listed above? Also, does the machine have some kind of sensor that stops it from spinning if the drum hits the front edge of the frame? The splines on the rotor (the driven section) of the motor where it connects to the drum were rounded off. This appears to have been caused by the drum hitting the front of the frame. I ran the machine with the rear access open. I then put a strong elastic band around the support or shock absorber to hold the drum back slightly. That held the drum from hitting the front of the machine. The motor and drum seemed to work fine. Am I on the right track?

Bill H. for Model Number WM2487HRM

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