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    • Part Number: AP4358664
    • MFG Part Number: W10207783
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Disassembly sequence for WHIRLPOOL LTE5243DQ6 SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY

Charles K for Model Number geerae98@yahoo.com

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I need to replace the suspension springs on my washer (LTE5243DQ6). Where can I find the installation instructions?

Walter for Model Number LTE5243DQ6

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How do we tell if our 3 suspension springs are weak? I just replaced all 3 2 months ago and now My machine is going crazy when spinning again. The other spring looks good and isn't broken either.

Aaron for Model Number LTE5243DQ2

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I recently bought a used stackable washer and dryer for my garage and when I put the first load in the Machine went crazy. I replaced the 3 Suspension springs and it worked great for 2 months, now it is going crazy again. Could it be something else? The other spring, that doesn't look like a shock,isn't broken but it is about 9in long when it is connected. Is this normal?

Jason for Model Number LTE5243DQ2

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I am asking the same question as Scott did about the 3 springs. There is a collar (clamps) laying on the base of each spring assembly. Were the clamps used for shipping or are they suppose to hold the bottom and top cups together. If they are required to load the top and bottom spring cups, why are they not shown in the picture of spring part number AP4358664??

Keith for Model Number LT5000XVWO

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I have the exact same problem and symptoms as Ron in the previous question below, but I don't understand how a weak suspension spring would cause the tub to lean down and to the right side; since it appears to counter the weight of the motor assembly on the left side, I would expect exactly the opposite. Can you elaborate on your answer? >>Q: I have a problem with severe shaking during a high-speed spin. I have also noticed that the top of the tub is leaning to the right side of the washer. I have checked the suspension spring and it is OK (not broken or missing). I have inspected the 3 tub springs and they all look OK and not loose. My question is, could these springs be weak and therefore not keeping the tub level? Any info or suggestions are appreciated. Thanks. Asked by Ron for Model Whirlpool LTE 5243DQO >>A: Hello Ron. It sounds like the suspension spring AP4459650 is weak and will need to be replaced. Hope this helps.

Clark for Model Number Whirlpool ThinTwin LTE5243DQ3

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I have been able to remove the tub assembly from the cabinet and I would like to replace the 3 suspension springs. But I cannot get the nut on top of the spring assembly to budge. there is very little room around the nut to get a good grip on it. Please help.

Fred for Model Number LTE5243DQ6 "THIN TWIN"

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My wife complained her model 110.88752796 Kenmore washer/dryer in her salon was vibrating badly. I discovered to tub to be leaning towards the right. If found the back left spring to be screwed out a couple turns from the inner core portion of the assembly. I was able to screw the spring back on. The tub is now centered. Is this normal for this to happen? Is something loose that allows the spring to unscrew?

Mark for Model Number 110.88752796

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How difficult is it replace suspension springs AP4358664 on this washer ? Do I need special tools for this job and long will it take repair ?

Ken for Model Number Kenmore 11088752796

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My washer was inadvertently run off balance for a long period of time, and the tub unseated from the back left suspension spring. I've figured out how to open the lid and reseat the tub back onto the spring so that the washer is usable, but it now comes off balance at the drop of the hat, and have to get in there and reseat it often. Is there a more permanent fix? Would replacing this spring or the smaller suspension spring help? I've called several appliance repair places and no one seems to want to touch this one....

Sarah for Model Number LTG5243DQ6

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