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    • Part Number: AP4261193
    • MFG Part Number: W10116790
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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KIT, FACE SEAL W/AIR MY amanna nav5800aww is leaking and makes lots of noise like the seal has leaked and washed the grease out of bearings. Is this kit what I need to repair it or do I need more? Part Number: AP4261193 Made by WHIRLPOOL Jack

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My washer is smoking and smelling of burning rubber in high spin cycle at end of wash cycle. the rubber that sits next to the metal rim of inner tub is getting worn and chewed up. The metal rim looks oval and not round not sure if its supposed to look like this or not. When I open door smoke pours out and rim of metal tub is hot to touch on one 3 inch area of rim.

Lj for Model Number mah6700aww

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In part number AP4260930, is the bearing built into the triple seal, or does the triple seal sit on top of a separate bearing? When I took apart my washer, I found what looks like the seal in part# AP4261193 sitting on top of the bearing (part#4049019) that is bolted in with three bolts. Should I simply install a new AP4261193 on top of the old bearing? I don't see how AP4260930 would be compatible with the bearing set up (i.e. with part #AP4049019).

Lasse for Model Number SAV405DEWW

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How do I know what series my washer is? Thanks

Robert for Model Number sav3655aww

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I asked this question previously: I am installing kit AP4261193 after having replaced the lower bearing and reassembling the tub. My question: How tight should I screw the washtub hub down and then how tight to make the seal nut? The instructions don't tell. Dave for Model Number NAV 5800 AWW ANSWER Hello Dave. The tub nut should be snugged down well. It does not specify the amount, but you do not want it loose. QUESTION How tight should I screw down the hub? I have ruined 2 seal heads already trying to get this right. Help!

Dave for Model Number NAV 5800 AWW

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I am installing kit AP4261193 after having replaced the lower bearing and reassembling the tub. My question: How tight should I screw the washtub hub down and then how tight to make the seal nut? The instructions don't tell.

Dave for Model Number NAV 5800 AWW

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Tub leaks and spins far too fast.

Gaylord for Model Number SAV405DAWW Maytag top loading washer

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Ordered part AP4261193 (Kit, Face Seal w/Air) from you on Monday and it was delivered on Tuesday. Thanks for the quick turnaround. The instruction sheet, 16023436, with the kit is a little confusing when it comes to applying the sealant and warns that by applying incorrectly could cause a leak. It seems to be saying to apply a bead of sealant around the bottom of the outer tub flange wall before putting the seal head on. Bit when you then put the seal head on, it will contact the sealant. Is this okay ? The instructions say not to allow the sealant to contact the sealing surface of the water seal. Is the bottom not considered the sealing surface. After putting the seal head on the flange the instructions say to apply a small amount of sealant around outer edge of water seal and tub. The picture however shows the sealant under the seal. Does the sealant go under the outer edge of the seal head or around the outside of it after it is pressed down. Any advice you can provide to make this clearer would be appreciated. Thanks.

Walt H. for Model Number SAV365ZAWW

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I have a washer that is not spinning fast enough and is leaving the clothes wet. I was told it sounded like a bearing issue. I have replaced the bearings and belt and I'am still having the same problem. What should I be looking at next?

Steve for Model Number sav2655aww

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How do I remove defective bearing from tub? Does it drive out from bottom or top? Thanks Bob

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