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    • Part Number: AP3868181
    • MFG Part Number: 8182703
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Washer rotating drum is tilted backwards and doesn't rotate on center in the front opening. Nothing appears to be broken internally and the two large top mounted springs are connected. The two back shock struts appear to be setting low, but when I took one off to inspect, I'm not sure if this was the issue. 1.) how do I tell if the shock is bad? 2.) could if be something else?

Cw for Model Number Duet Electric Washer Front Load 1097 GHW9150P year 2005

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Kenmore front load washer has a broken shock absorber. Can this washer still be used without causing any additional problems?

Bmo for Model Number 417.43142300

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I just purchased a whirpool wfw9150www00, and that machine shakes and walks violently on the spin cycle, are the shocks the likely problem? Thanks

Speedy for Model Number whirlpool wfw9150www00

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The washing machine stopped during cycle. The tub is tilted downward in the rear of the machine. I think it is a bad shock in the rear. According to the information, I need to order shock absorber number 8182703. There are four shocks in the washer, are they all the same? Is this part easily replaced? Thank you.

Randy for Model Number Front Load Whirlpool Washer (Duet) Model # GHW9100LW

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I need to replace my shock absorbers on my whirlpool duet front loader washer ghw9100lw1. l how di I do it? thank you

Cathy for Model Number ghw9100lw1

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The washer makes a loud banging noise during high speed spin cycle. All four shocks appear intact. I removed two to investigate and they have about 0.5" of free play before they provides resistance. Is this normal? The tub spins free and appears level. Any other suggestions?

Dano for Model Number Kenmore HE4 Model 110.4508

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The shocks on my washer move in and out with little Resistance. Should they be firmer than that?

Gerry for Model Number 11042924200

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Could the part # AP3773840 be worn because of the shocks being worn out? The bearing seams tight. Is there anything that is suppose to fasten the back of the tub to the braces in the back?

Gerry for Model Number 11042924200

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We recently moved and the plastic pieces that hold the shock Absorber to the frame of the unit broke. Do you sell these plastic pieces seperately? If so, what is the part #? How much is each? Thank you for your time.

L. C. for Model Number GHW9250pw0

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My washing machine was making a lot of noise during spin cycle. Recently it started to leak as well. When I opened it up to take a look, I noticed that the tub was broken and appeared to be disintegrating. Clearly the tub needs to be replaced, but I am suspecting that the shock absorbers are bad as well, and this is what caused the problem. Do you recommend that I replace all 4 shock absorbers as well?

Mike for Model Number ghw9150pw0

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