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    • Part Number: AP3094537
    • MFG Part Number: 285785
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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what are the plastic cases on the bottom of my drum for? Looks like they contain some sort of cotter pin about 1 inch long. They are attached to a trianglular metal piece. Are they extra pins for something.

Craig H for Model Number direct drive whirpool washer

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My washer stopped spinning so I checked the coupler and that is ok. I pulled the clutch out and seems ok. The spring moves but I really have to put some force on it which I heard is normal. When the washer is tipped it sometimes starts to spin again. Any thoughts?

Brandon

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On the spin cycle I hear a fast clicking sound but the tub will not spin, water drains.

Ed B. for Model Number RTW4440XQ0

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Issue, black residue when it is spinning out. We spin out into a tub which has a strainer. I just wanted to make sure what it may be. The pump was bad at one time and I replaced the clutch assembly with brake cam. I think I got most of the problem, the original issue was it wasn't spinning out very much. I fixed that issue but wanted to make sure the black substance was just left over from that last repair. Thank you. I just want to prevent if more issues just in case would like to catch early instead of damaging anything further.

Lenox M for Model Number 1102696250

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My machine wasn't spinning and my agitator isn't working as well, so I ordered the "Medium Cam kit" and the "Direct Drive washer motor coupling" and I installed the "Motor Coupler" as instructed by "MATT", when I went to test the machine, it does spin, but it spins pretty slow and kind of "stiff". Now I will be placing the "Medium Cam kit" for the agitator to agitate, and I will be doing it as instructed by "MATT" in the instructional video. I'm so very happy I found you guys !! and "MATT" is very clear and to the point on how to get the job done right !!! you guys are awesome !!! There's only one thing I do regret and that is not finding you guys any sooner !!!! thank you guys so very much!!! Also, I didn't have to wait for my parts to arrive for vey long, they came to me in one day !!! Please let me know why does the machine spin in a "stiff way" thank you once again guys.

Mike for Model Number LSR9434PQ0

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Hi, I would like to order a clutch assy for my Whirlpool Washer. On my washer invoice, it says model LSQ9659PW. On your parts list, it request one more digit. I can't find a model # anywhere on my washer. Dost it make any difference, or all LSQ9659PW? washer use the same clutch, as my washer. Thanks, Allen

Allen H. for Model Number LSQ9659PW

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What is the advantage of this product?

Callrogar

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Hi- I have a Whirlpool Washer Model # LSW9700PQ2 that has a problem with the clothes still soaking wet when the spin cycle is finished. Sometimes the spin cycle works and dries the clothes and sometimes it does not. When I turn the drum and restart the spin cycle this usually fixes the problem but lately the clothes are still not as dry as they should be. I think it is either the Drive Block or the the Clutch but not sure which. Should I just replace both to be on the safe side?? Your help is greatly appreciated-Thanks-Scott

Scott for Model Number LSW9700PQ2

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Hi I ordered a replacement clutch and also the spanner wrench and will be able to inspect the drive block once it arrives What exactly should I be looking for to determine if it needs replaced ? And also the shaft of the motor(where the pump goes) is a little rusted, I cleaned it with emery cloth, can I put some bearing grease or dry lube at the base of it or does that pose a problem to the windings inside? Thanks for your assistance and the excellent videos, sure makes it easier to do this repair <3

Jewels for Model Number 11027802690

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The washer worked great for years and finally stopped agitating/spinning. Found a broken motor coupling. Replaced that and the agitation/spin cycle work but now it will not spin out regular/heavy or even small loads with heavy items. Sometimes it won't even spin out 2 towels.It sounds like it spins but doesn't. When this happens there is a faint burn type smell but not wiring smell. Sometimes if I distribute the weight and move the clothes around, it will slowly start up and pick up speed and kind of shake off balance. I've also noticed it kind of "bangs" into gear I believe after it drains and starts to spin. It will spin fast with no load or a small load. I'm not sure if it's the clutch assembly or a worn out drive block. I do know the agitator dogs need to be replaced as well.

Travis for Model Number LSB6300LW3

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