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    • Part Number: AP3951199
    • MFG Part Number: 8182812
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have broken 3 of the shock absorbor clamps that attach the shock absorber to the internal tub but I can't find just the clamps on your site... the shock absorbers are still good I just need the clamps that attach the absorber to the tub. Is there a part # for the clamps??

Chris for Model Number GHW9100LW1

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Hi,We have an front load MFW9800TQ0 that shakes in spin mode to the point it can`t balance and will stop. Seems to be happening more frequent.Wash mode seems fine. Thanks!

Paul Smith for Model Number MFW9800TQ0

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How can I tell if the shocks are bad?

Bill for Model Number khws02rmt3

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My washer will not start, the LED readout is not working. The outlet where it plugs in is fine, and I see no dark discoloration on any electrical components. The only issue I have found is a broken shock absorber. Would the broken shock absorber cause the washer to not start/LED not work? Thanks for your help.

Andy for Model Number wfw9400sw00

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My washer has been having a vibration while on the spin cycle. It is worse with heavier loads such as blankets. I looked at the shocks and replaced the front two as they were leaking grease. The vibration has improved but is still there. Is there anything else I should check or replace before replacing the rear two?

Shane for Model Number MFW9600SQ0

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My duet whirlpool drum moves a lot during the spin cycle. I opened up the back to check the shocks and everything seems to be in place and functionning. I also leveled off the base but it keeps shaking a lot (more than before). How do I know the shocks need to be changed or is it something else?

Ben for Model Number ghw9150pw4

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The shock absorbers on my Whirlpool Duet washer model # wfw9400sw01 have 3/4" to 1" of travel before they begin to dampen the movement of the tub. Is this normal or are they bad?

Michael for Model Number wfw9400sw01

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My washer is shaking very bad. It is level and on solid floor. I am going to replace the shocks. How many are on this machine? Do I also need to replace any springs? Thanks

Randy for Model Number WFW9400SWOO

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What is the difference between shock absorber 8182703 and 8182812? Are they basically the same / interchangable? The 8182703 is for model # GHW9150PW0 and 8182812 for model # GHW9150PW4. These model numbers only differ by the last digit. Does this make that big of difference? Please help.

Shawn

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How easy is it to install the shocks?

Dawn for Model Number Maytag EPIC washer

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