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    • Part Number: AP3096209
    • MFG Part Number: 3360629
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While washing a load, I heard a strange poping noise and noticed it stopped aggatation. I started the cycle over and it would not aggitate or spin. The motor runs freely and the pumps out the water fine. Is this the cupler or the transmission? Thanks for the advice.

Brad for Model Number lsc8244bz1

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Give me details for installing gear case cover to gear case assembly useing lock tite 515 sealant. Give instructions for applying sealant. Does sealant get applied to cover and gear case or to cover only or gear case only and how much sealant is applied to either. What is the fill capacity level of gear case and how can you tell if you have enough in gear case.

Jill for Model Number LA7681XTW1

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My washer only agitates in one direction "clockwise" and not back and forth. Dogs have been recently replaced. Everything else appears to be working fine.

Julie for Model Number RAS8333PQO

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I have a Whirlpool direct drive that snapped a coupler a couple weeks ago, I replaced the coupler and it broke again last week, and my wife claims it was not overloaded. So I replaced it again yesterday and I after both replacement operations I ran through the agitate and spin cycle with the machine empty to make sure it was working. And then yesterday the first load, which I made sure was not too big snapped the coupler again. Would this indicate a transmission or clutch problem, how can I tell? Also note there was no spilled oil anywhere to indicate an obvious transmission issue. Thanks in advance for any help with this matter. Scott

Scott for Model Number Whirlpool Direct Drive washer

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The washing cycle is normal up to rinse. When water start to drain, there is a clicking sound together with spinning cycle. What is wrong? Note the main gear has been replace about 2 yrs ago...Tks for help

Chou Y for Model Number Whirlpool LSR7233EQ0

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My machine washers, lets out the wash but only spin sometime to wring out the clothes. the cloths are still wet because the machine did not spin, thank you

Phillip for Model Number TAWX700PQ0

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We've noticed some oil on the floor under the Whirlpool washer. I've also found that if I use Delicate cycle, when it gets to the point where is sounds like it should be agitating it does rapid little ticking sounds like a timer but doesn't do anything else. (I don't usually use that cycle.) The last thing is that I can't do loads of wash on normal cycle back to back. I have to have pauses in between, like it needs to cool down or something, or it will completely shut off. But if I pause between loads for about 5-10 minutes, it works fine. What parts should I be looking at for the problem??

Kelly for Model Number LSB6300PW1

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I noticed a small amount of oil under the Roper washer. It works fine EXCEPT when it spins. It makes a consistent clicking or clunking noise right where the clutch/brake area is. I can (thanks to your video) replace the clutch, but is this the obvious problem or is the transmission shot.Any help is appreciated. It just started today. Since I was tearing it apart, I was going to replace the washer motor couplings since I was at it (thanks to you video it also seems easy).

Matt for Model Number RAL5144BQ0

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Wash & rince cycle stopped working agitator but it sounds like it is agitating roughly but shaft is not turning. Fill and Spin works great. Already checked dogs and coupler is ok. Ordered transmission ..Question " Is there any way the clutch could cause this problem and it not be the transmission ? Thank you

Richard for Model Number Whirlpool WTW5300vw1

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Washer is working correctly but make a whining noise while spinning or pumping. I think the motor and transmission are involved with both of these processes. Any way determine which one is making the noise? I'm leaning towards the motor.

Bruce for Model Number Kenmore 80 series washer

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