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    • Part Number: AP4253766
    • MFG Part Number: R9900189
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have an Amana Top Load Washer. It is leaking water from up under the tub. I can't really tell where the water is coming from, but when the metal thing under the tub starts to spin, in the spin rinse cycle, water is dripping on it and in turn it is slinging droplets of water as it spins. I found a large screw after I opened the front of the washer laying on the bottom. One of the seals, shows a picture of a screw, the size I found, holding it on. If you have any helpful ideas about this problem please run it by me. Thanks. Boomtown

M. Boomtown for Model Number ALW880QAW

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How do I know if I need #6 assy hub & seal or # 9 kit, drive bell seal? Water leaking from tub base around bearing and sloughing off during spin cycle. Just started to leak, machine quiet, no adverse bearing damage apparent. Just want to stop leak, moving shortly, not looking for extreme longevity. Thanks.

Fran for Model Number ALW880QAW

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how do I know if the drive bell and seal kit is on correctly?

Jerry for Model Number al480 daw amana washer

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Part # AP4253766 drive block or bell dose this come with instruction how to install or do I need a tech for this work?

P Cooper for Model Number AWS45NW

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Good Afternoon, My agitator is one piece, but only agitates basically in one direction. It will move about 1.5 turns counterclockwise, then about 1/4 turn clockwise. Before I took the agitator off, I was able to spin it and the tub in both directions. After removing the agitator, I was able to do the same by turning the drive bell. When I removed the bell, the teeth on it and the teeth on the shaft the bell fits over appear to be fine. I'm guessing that my problem is something other than the drive bell. If so, your guidance would be appreciated. Could it be that the agitation movement and directions I described above are normal? Thanks in advance Martin

Martin for Model Number Amana LW6501W2B

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I need to get the Hub out to get to the seal. is there a tool for this. there is a leak from the shaft - assuming need to change the hub seal assembly

Jacob for Model Number AMANA LWX20AW

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On last spin cycle machine make a lot of noise. I ran with no water in it and noticed some small oil line in the tub.

Ron for Model Number lw8363w2

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In the service manual it indicates that you need a special tool 293P4 to install the seal from the R9900189 kit. Can the seal be installed without this tool?

Overfifty for Model Number Amana LW3303W

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I cannot remove the drive bell (item 5) that "pulls" off the shaft. Have tried using a mallet, but won't loosen up. Any suggestions? I understand that this item doesn't need a spanner wrench to remove it. Is this correct? Will replacing the seal under it stop leaking under the tub?

John for Model Number LWM433W

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My agitator only turns in one direction. What part might need to be replaced? Thank you.

Loretta for Model Number LWA65AW

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