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    • Part Number: AP4442601
    • MFG Part Number: AJQ35154201
    • Made by: LG
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For part # AP4442601, it says the heat shield is not used anymore. It says to mount the stator to the new drum. If I don't use the heat shield, what does the stator mount to?

Steve for Model Number WM2277HS

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My wife alerted me that my LG front loader was leaking. After I was able to check everything out I noticed that my bearings were shot. I also noticed some sort of brown powdery substance in the back of the machine mostly where the Rotor Assembly is located. I was going to order some parts to fix my washer but I am confused as to all the parts I need. Could you tell me what is needed to fix. I planned on ordering the "Rear Drum with bearing" but I think I might need more than that because I am not sure if fixing this would also fix the leak. The water seem to be leaking around the door boot seal. And from what I have been reading the brown residue is rust from rear drum support. Should I replace it also? Thanks so much, Jeff

Jeffrey for Model Number WM2277Hm

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How do I free drum shaft K115 when it is frozen to the inner bearing?

Dan for Model Number WM2277HW

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I am replacing the rear outer drum because the seal failed and then the bearings failed. Two questions: 1) I have the rear outer drum with the inner stainless drum sitting up on blocks with the drive shaft pointing upwards. How do I get the inner stainless drum loose from the bearings? I've tapped the splined shaft but it does not budge and I didn't want to break anything? 2) The large circular plate on the back of the rear outer drum is where the stator attaches. Can this plate be removed or does one come with the new rear outer drum?

Dennis L for Model Number LG front load washer ......WM2277HW

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Back bearing failed. if entire replacement tub is used will I need to buy a new stator and motor?

Tosct for Model Number wm2050c

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I replaced the outer tub and support(spider) and reinstalled the original stator and rotor. The old tub had the metal bracket and the tub didn't. I now read that a new stator and rotor should have been installed with the new bracket-less tub. Some say to replace them, other's say they're not needed. So, don't know which to do. There is a big difference in the cost between the two options. Also, every wash that we now do, large or small is really out of balance. This was never an issue before. I have leveled the machine three different times but it is still out of balance enough to shut off. I checked the supports (shocks ) and everything looks normal. Can the stator or rotor be causing this? This machine is 7 years old and has been great until now.

Dennis for Model Number WM2277HW

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I need to replace the bearings in my washer and I read that it is easier to buy the rear drum with bearing. But I also read that the stator and rotor would need to be changed as well. Is that correct? If so, is that included in this part?

John for Model Number WM2277HS

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Does the upper outer tub come with the outer tub as a whole unit?

Darwin E. for Model Number wm2277hw

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I read that LG updated the rear outer drum and that you have to replace the stator and rotor with rear outer drum replacement. The rear drum seal failed and took out bearings. Replace bearings and seals or rear outer drum ass. with bearings and seals installed? Thanks

Bob for Model Number wm0532hw

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I Jjust found out that I have to replace the outer back drum because the bearings are gone out the factory compressed the bearings in. Is this true? Thanks.

Tony for Model Number wm2277hb

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