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    • Part Number: AP5306946
    • MFG Part Number: W10419333
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My washing machine makes a loud noise during the spin cycle . What would cause this and what should I look for to repair?

Jim for Model Number Kenmore Model # 110.28032701

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For several months the washer sound like it is grounding to metal to metal while in high extract, now it want turn just hums, which part could this be?

Jerry D for Model Number 11028032701 Kenmore Washer

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My tub bearings went and when I tore it down I noticed the stator housing is cracked in two places. Should I replace it or will it be OK? The cracks arent clear through.

John Doe for Model Number 11027087604

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First, my washer spins but is unbalanced and hits the walls. I've tried to balance the load and washer but no luck. What could it be? My dryer drys cloths 70% of the time. It stops working and it makes a sound like it's trying to turn on but doesn't. What could that be?

Tee for Model Number mtw6600tb0,mgd6400tb0

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The washer makes a LOUD noise when spinning and goes out of balance unless it is a tiny load. Towels and jeans are impossible... Is it a bearing issue? If so, what part(s) do I need?

Mamawee for Model Number WTW6200SW2

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Machine gets stuck on the fill cycle and then spins, dumps the water, and then OL appears . It skips the wash cycle. Any help will be appreciated.

Donald S for Model Number MVWB400VQ

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Our Maytag washer model MVWB450WQD has bad bearings and it looks like the washer/spacer under the agitator is worn. I want to replace all the bearings while I'm in there, but can't figure out what the part numbers are to replace them.

Jeff for Model Number jgambrel@cinci.rr.com

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During the wash stage there is a loud grounding sound while the washer is agitating the clothes. It almost sounds like the teeth of a cog missing and it doesnt seem like the machine is agitating very much. Where would I start?

Tony for Model Number maytag bravos

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About half way through a cycle I get an F54 error code. I replaced the pump (which had a small leak). Again, I got the F54 code. I noticed a brown "scum" on the exterior of the rotor. Where should I look for a leak up there?

Kent S for Model Number WTW6400SW2

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My washer has started getting louder and louder during the spin cycle. I pulled it out tonight and found under the machine was a large black spot of dust. I havent took anything apart yet and was wondering, what could be wrong? This was a very quiet machine that I loved until this happened.

Kathy for Model Number wtw7340xw2

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