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    • Part Number: AP3096209
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my maytag washer model-MTW5740TQ0 cycles up to spin cycle the water does not drain out to go into spin cyle.you can hear pump hum . I am not sure if it is the pump or the neutral drive system. need help for correct part

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The washer will agitate but when it reaches the spin cycle it only hums but will not spin or drain. The hum stops after a few minutes but an ozone smell remains in the air and the washer motor is very hot to the touch. The lid switch is functioning properly. I have replaced the water pump and the washer motor. The capacitor checks out properly. The drive coupler is intact. When I turn the shaft of the washer motor manually (the part of the shaft that normally engages the pump) the agitator will turn initially in one direction and then in the other, as for agitation. This happens whether I turn the motor shaft clockwise or counterclockwise. I can manually (from inside) spin the porcelain drum within the tub. What should I check or replace next?

George for Model Number Kenmore series 80 direct drive washer (purchased 1998)

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I ordered a motor coupling, but while waiting for the part, I left the Whirlpool machine on its back and transmission fluid leaked out. Can I replace it?

Mia for Model Number LLR6144BQ0

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I have a loud clunk on spin cycle coming from beneath the washer. It is not spinning as efficiently but still spins fast. The clunk sounds like when the tub is out of balance with clothes but it isn't. Time for a Gearbox replacement?

Joe for Model Number Kenmore Series 90 11020912991

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This is an old Whirlpool and the tag with the model number is long gone. Washer does not agitate or spin. Pump is working (tank both fills and drains as washer goes through cycles). I can hear the motor running during what should be the agitate and spin cycles, I know the direct drive coupling is broken. Parts of it were on the floor when I moved the washer to investigate the problem. Is there any way to tell if I also need to replace the transmission or clutch assembly? What could cause the coupling to break other than the transmission freezing up? Thanks for the help!

Bill C for Model Number Whirlpool Heavy Duty Super capacity 7 cycle 2 speed

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The w/m drum does not spin in the spin cycle. I replaced the drive block but still nothing. When it is in the spin cycle if I give the drum a little assistance it will start spinning, slowly and not for long though. Transmission? Thanks

Geoff for Model Number WTW5800SWS

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The washer didn't spin the clothes. The tub drained, but didn't spin. I discovered that with no clothes in the machine, the drum did spin. I experimented & found that if I had 2 wet tee shirts in the machine & if I positioned the tee shirts at the outer diameter of the drum, away from the agitator, the machine would spin them dry. But it did take the machine longer than normal to come up to full spin speed. I ordered a new clutch assembly. I disassembled the machine & found that the old clutch assembly did not appear very worn, But there as oil everywhere. The brake assembly & the clutch assembly were oily. I did not find an obvious source of the oil. There was only one bolt holding the clutch in place & it was loose. I found a second bolt on the floor. Does the following plan make sense? 1. Assume that the loose bolts let the clutch shake more than it should have & it caused oil to squirt out the transmission vent. 2. Clean the oil out of the brake assembly. It seems to have been functioning. 3. Install the new clutch assembly (since I already have it). 4. Reassemble the washer with all the bolts in place. See how it works. Thank you for your help. Larry

Larry P for Model Number LSQ9549PW5

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Washer fills, agitates, empties, and all the rest, just won't spin. No high speed spin, no low speed spin. No spin during rinse nor the spin only. Replaced clutch assembly already. Any ideas??

Lee for Model Number TAWS850PQ

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Washer makes a whining noise only during the spin cycle. I have disassembled the washer and there is considerable slack/movement in the shaft coming out of the transmission to the tub. Is this normal or is the bearing in the transmission shot?

Cy for Model Number estate could not locatell model#

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Washer fills than the motor just hums and smells hot in wash cycle. But move to spin cycle works normal. Any Thougth Thanks Scott

Scott for Model Number kaws5850621

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