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    • Part Number: AP3096209
    • MFG Part Number: 3360629
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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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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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My washer started making a loud grinding type noise, the agitator wraps the clothes onto the agitator very tight. I replaced the 4 plastic dogs in the agitator and no better, am I looking at a transmission problem or something else. It still drains and spins out okay.

Joe F. for Model Number WTW5300VW2

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Washing machine is making a very loud noise. It shakes the whole washing machine when it is on spin. The agitator does not turn as much and does not completely drain. What is the problem and how do I fix it?

Xel for Model Number 11027892790

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My 17 year old washer is having 2 issues. First, the agitator spins without much force mostly just clockwise. The agitator dogs appear worn, so I will replace those, but are there any other likely candidates for replacement? Second, when approaching full spin speed, the washer makes a loud metal-on-metal clunk that sounds a bit like skipping gears, the basket slows down or momentarily stops then regains speed. This is worse with particularly heavy or light loads. My thought with this was the transmission, but was wondering if the clutch, brake assembly, drive block, or suspension pads may need to be replaced.

James for Model Number 110.26902691

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My washer started making a loud clicking noise and was not spinning. I researched it online and decided to replace the motor coupler and clutch. The old motor coupler was fine but I installed the new one anyway. The broken part was the clutch brake cam (white plastic piece) . The old clutch was soaked in gearcase oil and oil was all over the gearcase exterior and some on the floor. It appears to be leaking from the input shaft seal. There is also a fair amount of play side to side in the shaft causing a gap between the shaft and the seal. Should I try to replace all of the seals in the gearcase or just replace the transmission?

Jack N for Model Number LLT8233AW0

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The washer makes a grinding noise in the spin cycle. When I bypass the lid switch & remove the agitator The noise goes away. If I hold the top of the spline shaft, the noise returns, and it feels like something is skipping on the shaft. Am I looking at a bad gearcase, or just a clutch? The agitator also tries to work as the tub is spinning.

Jim N. for Model Number 110.82891110 Lady Kenmore top load washer

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Sir: Reference: The video showing how to replace direct drive gear case https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K45uTNYd6Nw. Directly below this video the text indicates the washer gearcase is (part #3360629). Howver, the number on the gearcase in the video at 3:48 shows 389228 on the casing. Are these two gearcases identical or equivalent? The viewer breeisbee asked the same question? -John

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