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    • Part Number: AP3850970
    • MFG Part Number: 8182233
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have a Kenmore Elite smartwash. steamcare. quiet pak 9 HE 5T steam. I have a baffle that broke. your website says this is the part I need. Do I need the screw for my washer and if so is it basically the same as the whirlpool video I saw?

Robert for Model Number 110.47789

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The washer wouldnt work and the trouble shooting section didnt help, took the basket strainer out and a large amount of oil came out any thoughts

Jay J for Model Number wfw9050xwoo

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Hello, How do I replace the baffles on my Whirlpool 4.0 WFW9150 washer. The baffle number is 8540360. Thanks!

Jimbob for Model Number Whirlpool (washer) WFW9150

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HI, We are now experiencing (after 6+ years of frequent use) a jumping vibration during the spin cycle. I cleaned out the pump basket and inspected the 4 tub dampers (shocks). All these dampers are showing signs of oil leakage. I pulled the back of the dryer and inspected the pulley/bearing and all this in fine condition. I tried to move the pulley laterally also but has no free movement. Rotation is smooth and clean. The inner drum rotates freely and cannot be moved laterally without the outer drum moving as well. I assume this bearing is fine. This morning we noticed water in the Drum….I again pulled the basket strainer and this was found to be full of grey coloured shavings (same colour as the 3 baffles. These baffles are all clean. Washer works fine except for mentioned vibration/knocking. What do you feel may be the problem? I am ready to order 4 new shocks but the grey shavings have me slightly concerned. thanks…Mike

Mike for Model Number GHW9150PW4

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I have a Maytag Front-Load washer and I need to replace the baffle 8182233. Is a screw required to replace it and if so how do I access the inner drum?

Perry for Model Number MFW9700SB0

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I have whirlpool duet washer bought in 06 it goes thru the cycle but clothes are wetter then normal makes noise when spinning

Old Lady for Model Number GHW9150Pw1

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Baffels are falling out. Have ordered 285976 kit. Do they snap in place or need screws. I read Q&A on MFW9600SQ0 above and am confused on use on mallet. Please clarify? Thanx

Scott for Model Number MFW9600SQ1

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my frontload washer sounds like drum banging side to side what do I look at frist belt or drumbaffel

Glen for Model Number 9150pwo

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I have a Kenmore Elite washer and purchased the 3 pk. baffle kit from your company, p/n AP3769371. The screw hole in the new baffles is in a different place than the old ones and doesn't line up with the hole in the drum. It's toward the rear of the baffle instead of close to the front. Did I buy the wrong part? It was the one listed for my washer.

Bill for Model Number 11047086600

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HAVE A WHIRLPOOL DUET AND I AM TRYING TO REPLACE A BAFFEL IN MY WASHER THE SLOTS ARE ONLY 3/8 WIDE BUT THE BAFFEL GRIPS ARE 1/2 INCH BUT THE PARTS SAY IT IS RIGHT. HOW DO YOU PUT IT IN

Bob for Model Number GHW9150PW0

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