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    • Part Number: AP4373089
    • MFG Part Number: 6-2011900
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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When I do a load of laundry my washer has water running out of the bottom of the tub right where the tub connects to the drain assembly, what parts do I need. In the replacement parts I only see a "brake assembly", but I am thinking that I will need a seal and other parts , the brake asse looks like it is one piece, no seal or anything else.

Wanda for Model Number LAT9520AAE

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Repair or scrap? Probably a six year old plus unit. At least two repair problems arising at the same time. 1) Overfilling will require replacing the pressure switch. 2) Noisy spin cycle plus some brown grease like substance noted under the unit. Bearing replacement? Transmission replacement? Both? Thanks for weighing in. Your expertise is appreciated. Scott

Scott F for Model Number LAV3600aww

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I have grease coming out of the bottom of washer. Also the pulley on the bottom of washer is loose there seems to be a lot of play when I wiggle it.

Thomas for Model Number LAT7306AAE

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My washer will fill with water, wash the clothes and rinse but will not spin. What is the problem?

Alejandro for Model Number A390

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The tub will not spin. It smelled hot but the belts look Okay.

John for Model Number LAT9824AAE

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My Maytag washer would not spin, so I replaced the worn bearings. The washer now spins without an issue, however it also does this when in the agitating portion of the cycle. Do you think the brake is bad?

Bill for Model Number LAT9206BAE

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My washer won't spin in the spin cycle. The washer is definitely trying to spin. The spin drum seems almost frozen and hard to spin by hand. I can smell the belt smoking as the washer tries to spin. The wash cycle and drain pump seem to work fine. What is the culprit part & is it time to replace other parts for maintenance since I'm there?

Harold for Model Number Maytag top load washer #A390

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I have a Maytag washer model # lat9416aae There is grease leaking from the bottom of the washer at the center pulley is there a seal or a gasket that I can replace

Michael O for Model Number Maytag washer LAT 9416 AAE

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There is a loud squeeling sound at the end of the spin cycle. Is the problem the brake?

Gary for Model Number A510

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replaced brake assembly as your previous email suggested. still no spin. pump works both directions water does drain out. agitation cycle works well. motor pulley hot with slight burnt smell on new transmission drive belt. radial bearing looked ok but i didn't check that close. installed pulley bearing dome side facing brake. turned pulley clockwise on shaft until light resistance felt ;then installed drive lug about 3/8-1/2 inch from pulley stop lug. No luck. pulley tightens by turning clockwise and comes to a stop. counterclockwise offers no resistance. clockwise means same way pulley was threaded onto shaft. assume motor is fine becausr belts spin both ways. have not replaced motor tension springs. without belts, motor slides along carriage fine. thanks but help!

Donald Walker for Model Number LAT2500AAE

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