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    • Part Number: AP4008541
    • MFG Part Number: 12001562
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Maytag washer recently started to not spin during the spin cycle. I noticed that the tub would move clockwise/counterclockwise easily but I could turn clockwise a little further and it would get some tension from somewhere and start to spin during the spin cycle. The washer has gotten progressively louder during the past two weeks. As preventative maintenance and from suggestion on here I replaced the Thrust bearing, snubber ring, belt and tub springs. I thought I had the issue fixed after that repair but the loud noise has come back again as of last night and again the tub would spin clockwise/counterclockwise until I rotated clockwise into the "locking" position. What part might you suggest I replace in order to remedy this issue? Would I be able to get the seal nut off without the specialized tools?

Matt F for Model Number Maytag MAV408DAWW

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I am trying to remove the lower bearing. Brake assembly is off, but bearing will not slide up and off the trans shaft. Is there a clip or something holding it on? Or maybe just frozen and needs a good beating to get off? Thank you!

Kkd for Model Number MAV8557AWW

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How do you replace the lower bearing? My guess is that you have to remove the clutch assembly, and if so, how do you release the spring preload?

Edward S for Model Number MAV7600AWW

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do you have a video on how to replace the lower bearing on this maytag washer #mav208daww and do you sell the spanner wrench for this model, thank you.

John J for Model Number mav208daww

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Washer won't spin unless you hold pressure down on the agitator. Thrust bearing-pulley and belt look ok. agitator not stripped . bolt tight. lid switch works .motor sounds fine.Agitator works ok.also tried counterclockwise test on thrust bearing with no success any suggestions would be appreciated

Mike R. for Model Number hav2557aww 22series

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Washer seems to work fine until the spin cycle, makes a sound like gravel rubbing together (or bone dry bearings) when the spin cycle starts and gets progressively louder the faster the tub spins becoming a fairly loud roar. My guess was tub bearings but another person here with a similar symptoms was told it he needed a tub seal kit. I really would like to buy the right part the first time around, if possible, lol!

Carl D. for Model Number Maytag Performa PAVT234AWW

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When spinning fast the washer makes a loud "airplane noise". Would that be the lower bearing going bad? It started a couple of weeks ago. Is this hard to fix, and could it be something else?

Earl S. for Model Number mav4755aww

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My washer is making a loud grinding noise during the spin cycle. The washer is a Maytag Legacy bought in 2007. Would it be bearing? If so, what part number, and do other parts need to be replaced at the same time?

Bob for Model Number mav408daww

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Tub will not spin. The motor ok, pump ok. Tub spins by hand but hard pulley on tub turns by hand very easy but tub does not move.

Jack for Model Number mav2757aww

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This machine was making a loud noise while spinning and then stopped spinning all together.

Jim for Model Number nav58805aww

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