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    • Part Number: AP4373023
    • MFG Part Number: 35-6714
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My washer does not always spin out. On Heavy loads I have to turn tub to engage spin. The belt seem to slip. I changed belt and motor. Where do I look next?

Jeffery for Model Number lnc6766a71

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Thank you for responding to my first question. I have one more question for you. When I replace my Snubber Ring ( 21002026). It was said in the video to use Three (3) slightly longer 10-24 machine threaded screws. Exactly what size is that and do you sale them as well? Again, thank you.

William for Model Number PAVT920AWW

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As my washer agitates, (especially with a full load) it makes a a screeching/rubbing noise as it stops and starts the agitation movements. Everything looks like it works fine other than this noise. If you run a small load with just a few items, it does not make the noise at all. I suspect the brake rotor to be defective, but that looks like it is only a fix about 5-6% of the time for this type of noise....? Any ideas on things to try? Is there a way to test the brake rotor? Also - if you change the brake rotor, does the brake stator and snubber ring need to be changed at the same time? Thanks

David for Model Number Admiral AAV7000AWW Rev 27

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Hello. My washer will spin fine if it is empty but once loader it will start to make a loud knocking noise. "For instance" On the spin cycle It will start to generate speed and then all of a sudden the tub will wobble from side to side and then with a loud knock it will stop spinning and repeat this cycle all over again until the spin cycle is over. Without saying, my clothes are still with water. Can this be the Brakes?

William for Model Number PAVT920AWW

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Washer makes a terrible noise as it goes into spin cycle. I'm guessing its the clutch.

Daniel for Model Number PAV1000AWW

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What do you call the plastic fitting that goes over the tranmission drive shaft just above the inner tub? The plastic fitting has black rubber inside a plastic housing which has teeth all around the fitting on the plastic outside part.

Cecil O. for Model Number PAVT234AWW

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It washes ok but on spin cycle basket is not turning only water drain out. Check pulley is free to turn counter or clockwise, does the brake assembly could cost the problem from turning the basket?

Mao for Model Number MAV6260AWW

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The washer will not complete the wash cycle. It smells like a burning smell and water is still in the tub. After awhile I can pull out the control knob and it will finish. The spin cycle seems to be working ok after it starts back, so I don't think it is the belt.

Phil S for Model Number MAV6458AWW

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I have a Maytag HAV4657EWW - purchased in 2004. The machine was very noisy on spin cycle, and was not spinning fast enough to get all of the water out of the clothes. Clothes were still dripping wet. I got a new thrust bearing kit and installed it. This stopped the noise, but the tub is still not spinning fast enough. When I spun the transmission wheel counterclockwise, I did not get any resistance - the wheel spins pretty freely in either direction - the brake cover did not move at all. I used the thin washer that came with the kit b/c a thin washer was originally on the machine. I tried putting the thick washer on after I saw the wheel had no resistance, but I could not get it to go on. Maybe I didnt try hard enough. I don't see why the washer thickness would make a difference in whether or not the wheel has resistance. When I stuck a screwdriver into the slot on the white bottom cam and turned the wheel, THEN I could feel the spring engaging and offering resistance. Don't know if this means anything - but directly under the machine was lots of black dust - all over the floor, and statically clinging to the underside of the machine - mainly around the motor and the transmission. This "dust" is really messy and smears easy. I had thought this "dust" was the belt disentegrating, but the belt looks just fine. Then I thought maybe this was from the carbon motor brushes - but the motor runs just fine. I am thinking it's either the brake or the transmission. If its the brake, what parts would I need? I looked at the schematic on your website and did not see nay parts that looked like they would ever fail. Maybe the "Brake Roto"?The snubber ring wouldn't have anything to do w/this, would it? Any suggestions? Thank you?

Chris for Model Number HAV4657EWW

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Everything ok but no spin. Drum locked up tight. Removed belt pulley spins easy in both directions. Replaced thrust bearing assembly could only get thin washer with clip in place. When I spin pulley ccw there is no drag or resistance and drum does not spin. I am trying to get larger washer in place even filed down leading edge of clip an tried prying washer down to make room for clip but im bending plastic wheel when wedging. Next I will try ROUND type clip that has 2 holes to spread clip with special pliers. Even with lager washer wedged into slot for clip still no delay or drag on pulley.

Edward B for Model Number mav6200aww

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