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    • Part Number: AP4319288
    • MFG Part Number: W10015830
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Hello, I have the whirlpool model WFW9150WW00, and its bouncing around vibrating very badly. I noticed the rear shock seems to be to soft. Upon reading a few questions on here I noticed one person said they had 3 shock on their machine. I noticed mine only has 3 as well, two shocks on left side and one central mount shock on the right side. There seems to be provisions to move that shock on the right side to the front and rear of the frame and drum. Would adding a fourth shock and relocating the original central shock be beneficial, and what possibility does it have to void warranty contract? Thanks

Kenny for Model Number wfw9150ww00

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How many shocks should this machine have inside?

Luis for Model Number WFW9150WW01

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I need the upper and lower attachment clips for a shock absorber on a whirlpool duet washer. Are they sold separately from the shock absorber? Thanks Dave

Dave

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I removed a couple of the shocks to see if they were bad. I noticed about an inch of slop before the shock appeared to work properly. Is this slop normal on these types of shocks? I would assume not. thanks, Tim

Tim for Model Number wfw9250ww01

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My washer started started making a loud banging noise when it was spinning fast. After taking a look inside I see that the drum is able to move around quit a bit in the washer, the bearings are fine though. The noise I was hearing is the drum slamming into the front of the washer. I noticed that the model only comes with 3 shocks, which is most likely the reason for failure. The side that has a single shock seems to be weak. Is it fine to install two shocks on this side so this doesn't happen again in another two years?

Charles for Model Number wfw9150ww01

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Hello. My front load whirlpool washer recently started shaking violently during the spin cycle. Inspection of the shocks displays signs that they're bad, they all have grease accumulated at the end of the shock plunger. After reading some of the questions asked in the past I stumbled across a few that suggested the tub be checked, if it spins free but moves the tub might need replacing. Can you please explain what type of movement you are referring to. My wash tub spins freely. However, it does have a bit of movement towards the shocks, not much but it isn't completely stationary. How much rotational play should there be if any . Thanks, Alex.

Alex for Model Number Whirlpool duet front load washer

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Is it hard to change the shock absorbers?

Stephane for Model Number wfw9150ww00

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My washer shakes badly when a load is present. I have removed the botttom panel and seen some grease like substance on one of the shocks. Would this be a safe bet to replace the shocks? What exactly is meant if tub spins freely when turning the tub?

Eric for Model Number WFW9150WW01

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I just got done replacing my bellows and I noticed the 3 shocks inside of my unit. It seems like an odd design to only have 3 especially when there are holes for 6 total 3 per side. On one side there is something blocking one of the shock holes but on the side with one shock there are 2 open holes was wondering if it would help to reduce vibration by adding at least 1 more shock so that there is 2 on each side?

Matt for Model Number MHWE200XW00

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Does my model use three or four shock absorbers?

Dre for Model Number mhwe200xw00

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