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    • Part Number: AP4437699
    • MFG Part Number: 4434ER0002A
    • Made by: LG
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Is a spider gear available for this model?

Dave for Model Number 110.44936200

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Is part # 4434ER0002A the same as 4434ER0002?

Jim for Model Number Wm2277hb

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Hello, Thank you for your answers so far- I have removed the spider. The shaft has about a 3/4 inch wiggle or wobble to it (while the rest of the spider arms are not moving- This should NOT be happenening, correct? The shaft also spins freely inside the spider itseld....is this also Not suppose to happen? The reason I ask is that the bearing looks to be spinning fine and has no wear mark on it at all- Please advise Thanks

Jg for Model Number wm227hb

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How much "slop" is acceptable when lifting up the inner drum? I am in the midst of diagnosing my issue on an LG WM227HB that will not spin. I'm thinking I have a bad rotor (splines) as the rotor spins but the drum is not turning. I can turn the spindle by hand and the drum turns. This said, I am wondering if there is a bad bearing as well as there is up and down "play" in the drum all the way around. Thanks

John for Model Number wm2277hb

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Hi, I am replacing Spider in my LG Washer WM2277HW. I orederd the spider through your online store. Question I have should I paint it before installing to prevent corrosion casued by water and soap? Do you see any sideaffect painting Spider and the stainless tub where the sprider seats with water and corrosion ressistence paint? Thanks Shameem

Shameem A for Model Number WM2277HW

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I am replacing the spider and I can only get 2 of the 6 bolts out - the rest just spin. THis question was asked before but the problem is the spider bolts attached to the back of the lifter. Removal of the lifter to acces the nuts is not possible since they are bolted to it. DO you have any other ideas how to remove the bolts that are spinningin place.

Randall for Model Number wm2688hwm

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Do we have a spider for my Kenmore washer model # 41744102301. My spider is broken.. Can I get a spider for above & what is the part #. Thanks

Radhey M for Model Number Kenmore front load washer # 41744102301

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Load noise when spinning , purchased bearings and seal to replace have disassembled unit and removed drum and it is apparent that its the bearings rust on the outside of the bearing. Separated drum but cannot get the spider out of the bearings could it be seized or am I missing some bolts. I have put penetrating oil on the spider at the bearing and let it sit hoping that this will free it but again don't know if I am missing a step to remove the spider from the bearings. Looking for help Dave.

Dave for Model Number LG WM2277HW

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Hi, I just bought the front outer tub piece because mine had a rub ring all the way through, (guess I should have asked what causes this!). Now that I disassembled and reassembled this washer with the new tub, have realized that somehow the inner stainless tub is all wobbly and makes a crazy rubbing noise when I tried to hand spin it, (checking out my handy work on my repairs). So yikes, all that work for nothing! What could be making the inner tub wack-o ? Is this the spider that I have read about and how would I actually know for sure? Thank you for the help. Vicky

Vicky for Model Number wm2277hw

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The bolts holding the spider to the tub on our LG wm2487 do not seem to want to come out; they turn and turn like there is a nut on the other side somewhere. Attempted to remove the plastic paddles from inside the tub to reveal possible nuts for the spider bolts, but they don't want to come out either- seems like the spider may be bolted to the plastic paddles. Also, I read somewhere that the tub and spider on some models are now a one piece unit, even though they appear to be separate. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.

Travisr for Model Number LG wm2487

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