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    • Part Number: AP3121800
    • MFG Part Number: 84867
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Hi,My washer doesn't owe me a thing but if I can fix it ,Id rather for obvious reasons!When you push the button to start the cycle,you hear a noise(I think it is the pump).The water turns on and starts to fill but the drain is pumping it out just as fast.It seems to stay on ...not allowing the washer to fill at all...just keeps draining.What would you check first?I don't think it is a siphon issue because I am hearing the pump on.Thanks in advanmce for any suggestions.Peggy

Peggy for Model Number Kenmore Limited Edition11082294800

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My washer won't agitate, spin or drain. The tub is free to rotate. I pushed a screw driver up against the belt and then it got going, the wig wag went back and forth and would function in all modes once it got going. I assume this is a bad belt?

Mike for Model Number LKA5800W3

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Will not fill with water when turning on water comes on for about a minute then shuts off if you push knob in then pull it back out again does same, will not fill the tub with water.

Anita A. for Model Number whirlpool wet3300sq1

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My old belt driven washer gets stuck in drain mode. If I manually slide the swing arm on the pump it holds for the wash cycle but then stays in drain mode for the rest of the cycle. Could it be a bad Wig Wag (solenoid)?

Paul for Model Number LA5500K

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My belt drive whirlpool washer do not agitate or spin. I have checked the motor and the belt , they seem working fine. Can you give me some clues what the problems. Thanks

Jane for Model Number Whirlpool Washer LFA7800W4

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The washer sometimes spins the clothes dry and sometimes it doesn't. If the clothes don't get spun, we run the clothes through the whole cycle again and usually they will get the water spun out. If I put the selector on spin only without running through the whole cycle, the clothes never get spun. Is the lid switch acting up?

Tom for Model Number Whirlpool LSQ9030PQ5 washer

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My 5 year old whirlpool washer makes a loud pounding noise on the final seconds of the end of the high speed spin, rinse spin, even when it's empty of water and clothes. It works perfectly up to that point on every cycle. It is level. Can you help? Thanks!

Gabby G. for Model Number LSQ 9030PQ5 -SERIAL NO-CS4602069 -TYPE 111

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26-year old Whirlpool washer and dryer still working great -- except -- washer has stopped spinning out water. Tub drains fine, but no spin. The clutch is fine, transmission is fine, belts are fine, lid switch is fine. Opened up the back of the machine to investigate. There is voltage going to the spin solenoid and if I press up on the bottom of the wigwag with a screwdriver, it will engage and spin (pretty inconvenient though). Will replacing the wigwag solenoid fix the problem?

Tom & Monica for Model Number LA9800XPW1

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My washer tub spins in all cycles. Could this be from a bad solenoid switch? It agitates when it should and then spins when it should but the tub always spins even in wash cycle. This is not right is it? It should only spin in the spin cycle right?

Chris for Model Number 11082372110

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My washer tub spins in all cycles. Could this be from a bad solenoid switch? It agitates when it should and then spins when it should but the tub always spins even in wash cycle. This is not right is it? It should only spin in the spin cycle right?

Chris for Model Number 11082372110

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