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    • Part Number: AP3096209
    • MFG Part Number: 3360629
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The gear case (transmission) on my Kenmore Direct Drive Top Load Washer is labelled 389228. What replacement do you have that can be used? It does not spin or agitate. It drains the water so the motor and motor coupler is good. Do you have to remove the basket to change the transmission? Thanks. -John

John for Model Number 110 4476291 Kenmore Washer Direct Drive from 1992

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I have ordered the gear case assembly, part no 3360629 and installed in the washer, with the help of your video. We have washed a few loads already, but then I remember in your video that we have to use the needle to open the bleeder hole on the gear case but I didn't do it. Should I open the machine to redo the whole thing, or could I just let it go?

Wen for Model Number Kenmore washer 11082681310

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Washer motor sounds fine, but high screeching noise and the tub not turning at all during rinse and spin. Transmission? Clutch? Brakes? ideas? Machine is 15 yrs old.

Steve F. for Model Number Kenmore 90 110.28902790

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I have a 1989 WHirlpool LA7780XSN1 model washing machine that occasionally (although it is becoming more repeatable)makes a grinding noise during the spin cycle. I can override the tab on the lid to watch it spin and what is happening is the agitator will appear to engage briefly resulting in a grinding noise. It quickly stops for a moment and may not happen again or it may happen over and over during the spin cycle. The agitator works fine during the wash cycle. My guess is it needs a transmission based on you tube videos commentary etc. that I have watched. What are your thoughts and which transmission is correct for my model? thanks

Tony for Model Number WHirlpool LA7780xSN1

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I've noticed a rattling, loose gear kind of sound during the mid wash and rinse cycles lately, also noticed some rusty water dripping out from under the agitator. I took off the agitator and the seal for the dust cap was broken and the agitator bolt was rusty so assume replacing the seal will prevent rusty particles from reaching the tub. All else looks good. what could be causing the noisy gears. Do I need a new transmission?

Kyle for Model Number LSR9434PQ0

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Washer makes a high pitched whining noise when on spin cycle. Just changed clutch but still makes a lot of noise. Could it be low on oil because seems to be some oil on floor.

Dan for Model Number CAWS833SQ0

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My washer spins but will not spin fast enough to get the water out of the clothes. The pump works and I have replaced the clutch. Does it need a new transmittion?

Tom for Model Number Mtw5740tqo

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What test can I do on my old gearbox to determine whether or not it is bad? On my old gearbox, I can spin the input shaft (motor coupler) and see the output shaft turn; one direction spins the outer drum shaft, the other direction spins the agitator slowly back and forth. However, I can hold the output shafts still with my hand and continue to spin the input shaft. Does that mean that my gearbox is bad, or is it supposed to do that?

Ben M for Model Number 110.92273100

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Hi I just lease a laundry O matt. I have three washers do find on every cycle, but the last spin cycle does not spin there is another does the same except you can spin the inner basket then the machine spin the last cycle. Could you help me where to look? Thanks

Anthony M for Model Number cam2752rq0

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Washer has a rapid clicking sound (2 clicks/sec) during the beginning of the spin cycle (heavy load). The clicking goes away in the middle of the spin cycle when then water has drained. Do I replaced the coupling (which was intact) yesterday but the noise didn't go away. Is is the clutch or the gearbox? Should I wait for something to stop working/break or start replacing parts now?

Tom S. for Model Number Kenmore Washer 11092274100

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