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    • Part Number: AP4373023
    • MFG Part Number: 35-6714
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My washing machine doesn't spin all the water out of my clothes. I can still squeeze the water out of them. The washer spins but I don't think it's spinning fast enough. when it's done spinning it makes a loud noise when it shuts off

Heather for Model Number magic chef washer

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I don't understand the response I got for: "This unit squeals when it stops. Without the agitator being in it does not squeal. The agitator appears to have a bearing in it that feels like it's missing a ball, but I cannot figure out how to get it out or if it comes out (pressed in). The washer stops as it should and runs properly though all cycles, but you recommended, "You will need to order and replace the brake 35-6714, stator 35-6918, and snubber 21002026 on the unit." However, the picture associated with the answer is the complete agitator. In the top of this agitator, where the bolt goes through, is what I think is a bearing that feels like it is missing a ball. It appears to be a pressed-fit bearing which is why I thought I might have to replace the complete agitator assembly. Please help me understand why I would replace the brake, stator and snubber when everything works properly except for a "squeal" that disappears when the agitator is removed. Thanks again

Buddy for Model Number Maytag washer pav2300aww SN14136393AL

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I have replaced both the belt and the thrust bearing and pully my machine still will not spin out. I can hold the switch with the lid open and stop the spin by hand if it is spinning at all.

Kevin S for Model Number mavt446aww

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Have a maytag washer need to know how I can tell if the brake is gone on , model Mac7650a ww

Thomas

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Washer agitates, but will not spin. The water pumps out and motor and pullies run but transmission/tub won't turn. Is the brake bad or something else?

Jeff for Model Number PAV5157AWW

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My washer stopped working. The control panel timer was calling for spin cycle. We could smell a very nasty smell (cross between rubber and electrical). The washer would not drain either. I had to vacuum (yay shopvac) it out. I was able to vacuum out 100% of the water and the pump area is clear. I took the washing machine apart to a large degree and the further down into the cabinet I got the stronger the smell was. At first I was convinced it was a bad motor seeing as how it didn't seem to be trying to work and it had the horrible smell (electrical and rubbery). Now, I remember that before this happened, for weeks we have heard a very loud BANG sound when the spin cycle would stop. So, after reading your site I checked the belt and found that I could not move it. I checked the pullies and I think the brake pulley was stuck. Operating the pulley directly by hand freed it up and now the belt moves freely again. So, I'm going to put everything back together and see if that was what the problem was. Maybe the brake was keeping the motor from moving. I thought I would have heard the motor hum if it was just the brake, but maybe not? If it works, what was causing the brake to make that loud banging sound and more importantly what needs to be replaced if that was it so that it doesn't get stuck again like that? Where can I read more about how to make sure the belt is set to the proper tension on this model washer, please? Is there anything else you recommend? The loud bang and the sudden failure to spin and drain are the only problems I'm aware of.

QUARKY42 for Model Number PAV2300AWW

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Hey. I think I did not explain very well. But the problem with my washing machine is, it seems to be washing in the spin cycle, ie moving the blades as if washing and not turning the tub. That's why I think I'll have to replace the transmission. Is it true?. and again thanks for the attention

Cesar C for Model Number mav8551aww

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Hi, my washing machine on spin cycle shake. Perhaps the problem will be the transmission?. Thank you very much for the attention.

Cesar C for Model Number mav8551aww

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My washer was not spinning the water out, it would spin, stop, start over again. I replaced the thrust bearing, it seems a little better but now the tub wants to spin during the wash cycle. When I turn the pulley counterclock wise the brake doesnt release, and the shaft spins freely. Any more suggestions?

Weasel for Model Number Maytag hav2557aww

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When I took apart my washer to examine why the brake was not engaging the brake lining of the brake rotor came off. Is this supposed to happen or is the brake rotor and lining one unit. Just wondering if I should purchase a new unit(rotor).

Jobob for Model Number mav9501eww

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