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    • Part Number: AP4026481
    • MFG Part Number: 22001988
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Banging noise during spin.

Plakiv for Model Number WL70T60D

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My tub is rubing on the front door it has appeared to have fallen in the back along with the belt coming off. Does this mean the struts are bad?

Terry for Model Number MAH5500B

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We are having an issue with a water leak on our front loading Maytag Neptune stack. I've corrected a few other small issues, and I'm getting ready to order a new boot seal (the unit is 12 years old, so it doesn't seem totally unreasonable). Reading some of the other responses, I'm now starting to wonder if the struts may be involved, as one has a significant grease build up on the shaft, and the drum is fairly easy to move around. Along with the cost, I'm wondering how difficult the replace will be, as this is a stacked unit, installed in a closet with no way to get in other than the front? As another symptom, especially with heavy loads, the washer will briefly Squeeeak pretty loudly each time it changes direction. Also, I'm looking for a replacement sound deadening pad - the OEM unit is soaked, so I'd like to replace it. Thanks! Jim

Jim for Model Number MHW2000AWW

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Front loading washer shakes violently. Just started doing this. Took off front, rear, and top panels. Drum turns by hand smoothly and freely. Took strut loose from bottom panel. It appears to be ok and is strong. Any other ideas?

Jim for Model Number mah6500aww

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What would make a super loud howl during spin cycle?

David C. for Model Number MAH3000AWW

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Could bad struts cause a clanking noise during the high speed spin with a normal load? (Sounds like metal to metal banging together).

Steve for Model Number MAH6500AWW

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Is there an way to check to see if the struts need replacing? I can move the tub assembly around very easily, but I have nothing to compare it too. Thanks.

Greg for Model Number MAH4000AWW

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Will bad struts make the washer leak out the front?

James for Model Number mlg2000aww

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Are there instructions to show how to replace?

Dave for Model Number 22001988

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Is there a test for the strut assembly ap4026481? The washer bulids up to a high spin speed, starts to shake, then stops and starts again to build up to a high speed spin. I noted a switch on one of the struts, will a replacement pair have the switch? Does the switch tell the washer that it is shaking too much? This failure to reach a high speed spin happened even after leveling with rubber pads.

Dan for Model Number MAH3000AWW

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