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    • Part Number: AP4011179
    • MFG Part Number: 12112425
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Burning smell coming from washer. Bought new belts from you and replaced. Still have smell and washer quits during rinse/spin cycle. Motor is hot to the touch. Seems like if I let the washer sit (maybe let motor cool off) I can restart the spin cycle and it will finish. Seems to be the motor. Just wanted to ask before spending $140. Thanks!!

Kevin for Model Number LAT8234AAE

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Thank you so much for your comprehensive answer on my old washer in Greece. Although we bought it here it is the full 220 volt 50 hz. export model. Could you update your answer with the correct parts that you advise keeping in hand? John

John Colios for Model Number A9400

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Hello, I have a 20yr old+ washer, Whirlpool serial #403883, 220volt machine, I have it in Greece so it's not in front of me, do these #'s make sense, I think I wrote them done correctly when I was there, it runs fine, should I replace the belts anyway? It gets used for only 1 month a yr, anything else I should think about replacing? Could you tell me what I need to order? Thank you much John

John Colios for Model Number A9400

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While the agitator on my Maytag moves there does not seem to be significant action. For example when washing a pair of queen size sheets the powder detergent does not dissolve. Moreover, it appears not to be spinning out the water from clothes as it used to. I checked the belts and the drive belt appeared loose and was able to "pluck-off" the pump belt. Neither appeared worn just loose. The machine was purchased in May of 1997. So it might be time to replace the belts, but how do I know that this is a belt problem? Could the transmission be failing causing the above noted problems? And if so how do I test for a faulty transmission?

Mark H for Model Number LAT8426AAE

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How can I get a repair manual for this model washer? I am replacing the belts.

Tom for Model Number LAT7314AAE

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What are the sizes on the belt 211124 & belt 211125?

Misti for Model Number lat9356aae

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My machine is almost 30 years old, will the AP4011179 belts fit?

Pete for Model Number Maytag LA710 Top Load Washer

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I notice belts are making some high pitch noise and reach underneath the washer noticed the belts are coated with back grease, before ordering the belt kit should I be aware of additional parts and any special tool to replace the belts ? Appears the procedure on belt relacement is to turn the washer upside down ...correct? Thanks, Oliver.

Oliver for Model Number May tag la612 washer

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Hi. I've noticed that my washer is filling, but the agitator won't agitate & it makes a brief squeal when it starts. My laundry room was filled with smoke - that's what got my attention to begin with. It spins the water out just fine, though. Is this likely to be a belt, or something more serious, like the transmission? Thanks for your help!

Chris for Model Number Maytag A710

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I have a maytag washer about 20 years old. It has started squealing and smells like some thing is hot. I believe it to be the belt or belts. What do you think? Thank You, Doris

Doris

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