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    • Part Number: AP4027027
    • MFG Part Number: 22003441
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I purchased the tub bearings and seal kit from you, but upon disassembly it turns out the bearing spacer has a chunk missing as well as the bearings being bad. Is the bearing spacer available? I called, but the salesman could not find it in your system (although he diligently tried). If not available, any recommendations or suggestions? Would there be any way you could provide some specs like internal and external diameter and length so we can try to locate a workable substitute? Anything special about the material it's made of?

Kevin for Model Number MAH4000AWW

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Is this bearing and this one (22002934) the bearings that come with the outer tub assembly(22004465)?

Corey for Model Number MAH4000AWW

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maytag washer LAT2500AAE. followup to previous emails replaced brake assembly to a no spin problem. no luck. took off belts. turned pulley counter clockwise-agitator turned easily. clockwise-after extreme effort, spin basket turned a little. then no more. never really checked the radial bearing. it was clean with no rust. could i have installed brake assembly wrong. no clear picture in downloaded manual. rounded/dome side of trans/pulley bearing if facing brake.

Don W.

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We have what appears to be thin oil and water mix type of leak, when I tipped the machine over and inspected the brake area I noticed it looked more like melted grease from the lower bearing,so I removed the pulley and indeed the lower bearing was a mess, and was slinging grease everywhere. I took the front cover off and inspected the underside of the tub and did see some water streaks, my question is, how deep and what seals do I need to solve the water leak issue?

Mike for Model Number LAT9356AAE

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We have ignored the turbo prop plane sound during the spin cycle for a long time. Today it stopped spinning altogether. I opened the back and found the belt off the pully and motor and wear marks in the tub (not yet through the plastic) where the pully and/or belt have been rubbing against the tub. The pully also rotates front to back. When I put the belt backing it won't stay and pulls the pully against the tub. Can you tell me what I need to fix this? Im handy and open to replacing the front and rear bearings in the tub. Will just replacing the front and rear bearings get everything back in alignment? Will I also need a new belt and pully? Thanks for your help!

Rich for Model Number Maytag Neptune mah3000aaw

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I have a simple non digital gas stove. Top burners & electric igniters are working ok. Oven igniter is working ok also but I can't get the oven burner to come on. Igniter stays on though. What could be the problem? Please help.

Joe for Model Number ?

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I have confirmed my noise issue being the main bearing above the clutch, but in removing the trans. assy I spilled all the oil(mustard colored, very thick)out of top of trans. Because I had removed the agitator shaft. My question is what type of gear oil and how much do I refill it with?

Jeremy for Model Number LAT9356AAE

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MAking very loud roaring noise during spin cycle. Removed both tubs and activated spin cycle, still hearing noise, sounds like the main bearing under the trans. above clutch/brake. How do I remove and replace if this sounds like the problem?

Jeremy for Model Number LAT9356AAE

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Where can you find just the rear tub bearing?

Tweeter for Model Number MAH5500B neptune maytag washer

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I was quoted by A&E Service over $1600.0 to repair what sounds like the bearings on the washer. It sounds like a jet taking off during the spin cycle. I went online and found both front and rear bearings for about $35.00. My questions to anyone out there will there be any other parts needed when I attempt to repair the bearings myself such as retainers, clips, springs or any other items or will just changing the bearings remedy the problem. In his report he stated that the Basket Drive/Bearings DD is what's causing the loud whinning sound during the spin cycle. Any help will be greatly appreciated and if anyone knows of a reliable repairman with reasonable pricing I would like to know that also. Thanks.

Frank for Model Number MAH5500BWW Maytag Neptune Front Loading Washing

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