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    • Part Number: AP3132853
    • MFG Part Number: 383727
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have a leak that starts just as the machine enters the spin cycle. Sometimes it drips steady, other times it is only a drop or two. The drips are coming from the center of the machine, just above the transmission. A picture can be seen here I would say the center post seal but it seems strange it only starts with the start of the spin cycle. Thank you

Phil for Model Number Whirlpool LSR7233EQ0

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At the 10:30 mark, of the youtube video post below, you install 2 small pieces on top of the shaft nut. What are these 2 pieces and what are their function? When I took out my agitator these 2 pieces were not present. Is there a model that does not use these? What would happen if these 2 pieces were not present? Thank You! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rwLLp8NDOI

Ken

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My washer shakes like it is off balance when it is in the rinse and spin cycle. Drum or basket seems like it is loose. What parts do I need to repair it?

Rod for Model Number LSQ9500LQ0

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My whirlpool washer leaked all over yesterday first time in 6 years, Pump OK, Hoses OK could it be the center post gasket also bottom of Gear case assembly wet and little rusty.

John for Model Number LSQ9650PW4

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AT THE END OF THE SPIN CYCLE THE WASHER MAKES AN UNUSUAL CLANKING NOISE. I CHECKED THE TUB AND NOTICED I COULD PULL UP ON THE TUB SEVERAL CENTIMETERS AND THE TUB SITS TOWARD THE RIGHT WHEN STOPPED( WILL NOT STAY CENTERED). IT DOES NOT LEAK WATER. DO YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS TO LOOK AT FOR REPAIR. THANKS

Don for Model Number KENMORE 110.26902691

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Ok , I've got my washer apart to the point of pulling the inner tub out so I can change the tub seal but the inner tub is stuck to the shaft and wont slide off. I've got penetrating oil on it and have been tapping it with a wood block and hammer but no luck.

Anthony T for Model Number LSQ8520JQ0

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Washer will not spin clothes out all the way. Have to ring clothes out by hand before putting in dryer. What could the problem be?

Jerry+ for Model Number gsw98000pw2

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I have an oil puddle on the floor under machine. Cannot see where it is coming from. I assume transmission. Where is there enough oil to make a puddle? And how do I fix it (seal / gaskets)?

Dave for Model Number Kenmore 110-26822692

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My one year old whirlpool, warranty just ran out, has about 4 centimetres clearance under the agitator as opposed to another new one that I saw with about 1 centimetre clearance. The agitator is bolted down as far as it will go. The machine had stopped spinning on it's spin cycle and I was replacing the clutch when I noticed the excess clearance. I'd pulled off the agitator and noticed that the white fitting under the agitator wasn't sitting down and the clip was loose. The centre of the metal sheath that circles the agitator shaft is about 4 centimeters above being flush where it should be, as checked on the new one that I mentioned previously that I'd inspected with 1 centimetre clearance, so the white fitting wont go down far enough and clip in when the agitator is put back on. It was like this when I started the job and, yes, I have pulled the clutch repair apart and reassembled it three times so I'm pretty sure it's right too. It seems like the bowl has dropped down however, as I never installed this machine originally, it make be true that this fault was there from new. It doesn't seem balanced right at all when it runs following the repaired clutch but it does spin now and goes through it's whole cycle OK. I've changed the motor coupling as well and the motor and gearbox etc are seated down properly. Love the site and thanks in advance, Dave

David M. for Model Number 6ALSQ8000MW4

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Will this gasket work for my Maytag washer? I didn't see my specific model number on the cross reference list. Thanks.

Chrisc for Model Number Maytag SAV2555AWW

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