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    • Part Number: AP3020440
    • MFG Part Number: 285203
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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When our washer goes into the spin cycle it sounds like a jet engine. The spin cycle spins really well, even on delicate but it is very noisy. What might be the problem?

Sheila for Model Number HAV2557AWW

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My whirlpool direct drive is leaking water from the center. I have taken it all apart and inspected most of the washer. Pump and all hoses are not leaking. Tub is not cracked and I replaced the center post tub gasket. After jumping the door switch I ran a load and was finally able to see the leak. There is a drip coming from up inside the clutch assembly. Is there another seal in there as well? If I replace the clutch assembly do you think that would fix the leak? Any help would be appreciated. I thought I had it fixed with the tub seal but nope!

Brian for Model Number LSL9345EQ1

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Hi. I replaced the center post seal/gasket on my Kenmore Series 70 washer. It continues to leak a little when the load is on high. It does not appear to leak when the load is low or medium. Have you any suggestions as to what might be the cause? Thanks.

Grant for Model Number 11081375160

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My washing machine is making clunking sounds when it slows down from the spin cycle. I paid a repair man to come out and diagnose it and he told me it was the bearings and pulled up a clutch repair system for me to get. I purchased toe clutch repair kit and replaced it tonight but the machine is still making the same sounds. I'm beginning to think I was told to order the wrong part. So now I think I need to replace the bearings and need a bearing kit ???? Any suggestions?? And is there a how to video on how to replace bearings?

Heather for Model Number 11029822801

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My washer is making a weird noise when i start using it. It makes the noise almost the entire time it is in use (with an exception to the start of the rinse cycle when it is filling and during the spin cycle). The noise sounds some what like metal on metal. Could this be the bearings? There is no leak that I have noticed. If not, what is it?

Melissa for Model Number CAWS9234VQ0

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Do you have a video for the bearing and seal kit? My washer is leaking in the front. It seems to be coming from the bottom of the tub and dripping off that thin silver metal plate . I have already replaced the internal drain hose and the water pump. Thanks

Nelly for Model Number kenmore 110-24852300

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Our washing machine leaks from the bottom machine what part should I get to stop the leak.

Walt for Model Number 11020722-990

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My washer screams at me when the rinse cycle spins up, I was told that I needed a new bearing and seal kit by one of your phone techs. I have seen videos on how to replace just about every other part on my machine except the bearing and seals. Where can I find good detailed instructions on doing this job on my Kitchenaid washer? Thanks, Matt

Matt for Model Number kaws850le1

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I recently replaced the centerpost gasket #383727 and it stopped the leak. Do you recommend installing the centerpost bearing kit #285203 to avoid future problems as part of the procedure? Thank you very much.

Jeff for Model Number Kenmore 110.92273100

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I wanted to know if a special tool is needed to change the bearings and seals for part # 285203. I saw on another site that a special tool was needed but not available.

Mark J. for Model Number LA6053XSW1

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