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    • Part Number: AP4372886
    • MFG Part Number: 35-6465
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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my washer leaked all the water out on the floor.

Patti for Model Number pav3300aww

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How do I replace this part?

Hal Rice for Model Number wd21x10060 solenoid &bracket assm.

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It appears I have a common problem with my washer also,the clicking noise that seems like it comes from the pump assembly when adgitating So I took put the pump and also see the metal sleeve coming out alittle. Does the plastic and metal part come apart or is it one assembly? And what part do I need?

John for Model Number Admiral LNC6764A71

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The water is draining out of the tub as it is filling up and seems to be flowing through the drain. Does the drain tube need to be elevated to prevent the water from free flowing from the washer tub, or is the drain valve defective?

Brian for Model Number mav5000aww

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My washing machine still works but it ends up with a tub full of water, but the timer cycles around to off. I can hear it pump water out, spin, and refill. Sometimes I can switch to rinse and it cycles ok to the end, sometimes when it's done it's full of water.

Deana for Model Number MAV4802ZU

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Hi, My washer first stopped spinning during all cycles except whites. About 1 month later, it now won't drain or spin in any cycles. I took the belt off and verified the motor spins when engaged in the spin cycle. With the belt still off, I turned the transmission drive pulley in the clockwise direction, which caused the agitator to move back and forth. Then I turned the transmission pulley in the opposite direction, the pulley did get harder to turn, and the tub did slowly spin, basically as I turned the pulley the tub made a rotation but kind of seemed tight (is it supposed to be?). I then rotated the pump and in either direction and it drags, makes a rubbing/grind sound. There was also a lot of belt dust around the pump pulley. Is my pump bad or my thrust bearings? Thanks, Mike

Mike for Model Number MAV4057AWW

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I have isolated a clicking/grinding noise to the water pump. My wife says she smelled burning when it first started but it doesn't smell now and the washer goes through all cycles fine. Could the burning smell indicate something other than the water pump? Assuming the water pump is the problem, there are two different assemblies listed (AP4372886 and AP4373022). Which one do I need?

John R for Model Number MAV6300AWW

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I had a noise in my washer and when I checked it the pump was making the noise. The motor was also getting hot. I took the pump off and the pulley was real loose and it was dragging when I turned it.I was going to order a pump but I was wondering if the pulley was suppose to be loose on them and the sleeve was suppose to stick out. If I get a new one would it be the same. I called about one and they have changed them some what. They have done away with the plate on them. You think a pump would take care of it? Thanks!

Dawn for Model Number PAV3300AWW

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About the pump bearing: I asked about noise in a post from 1/2/12 and the answer said to check the pump for binding and if that wasn't the case to replace the thrust bearing. Since the pump turned easily enough by hand, I replaced the thrust bearing. The noise continued and agitation was slow to non-existent before stopping. Drain and spin worked most of the time with noise. When I look at the pump pulley I see the crimped metal sleeve sticking out like a petticoat about 1/4" above the top of the pulley hub. The pulley has some slight wiggle to it. Is that the problem? Can the hub be pressed back onto the crimped sleeve? Do I have a way of knowing that it's not a transmission problem?

Danny S for Model Number LNC6764A71

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Washer is noisy in spin. Since the motor is a reversing motor, and the pump pulley turns in both directions, why would the noise only happen during the spin cycle? Shouldn't there also be noise in the agitate cycle since the pump pulley is turning (although in the opposite direction)? Thanks!

Brad for Model Number Maytag PAV3200AWW

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