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    • Part Number: AP4459650
    • MFG Part Number: W10250667
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I found a spring hanging loose under my washer when I was replacing the coupling and can not find where it is supposed to connect to.Its a spring about6-8 inches long like one end is connected to the bottom back of the drum.I see nothing that it should connect to.

Larry C. for Model Number 11091521210

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The model number is a commercial washer. My question is, does this washer need one or three outer balance suspension springs?

Anthony M. for Model Number cam2752rq0

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My machine went off balance. Somewhere I read that if this happens something brakes to prevent damage to a motor. What part do I have to check/order. The drum also spins very rough if you open the lid during the spinning action. I need to do the agitator repair kit replacement. But at the bottom I saw a seal that needs to be replaced on another site. My machine did not have one. Is it missing? what is the part number so that I can replace it? https://www.repairave.com/img/wpl_w_dd_agitator7.jpg regards cillie

Cillie for Model Number 3XLA87W72AWO

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I have an older Amana washer that the suspension spring broke on. How do I get to it to replace it?

Robert D. for Model Number LWA6gaw

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Machine is unbalanced and will not run correctly in spin cycle. Checked level of unit, counter balance, and motor. What else could cause my issue? Thanks for the help!

Matt for Model Number whirlpool-lsr7133kq0

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What do you do to remedy a rear self leveling leg on whirlpool that is stuck too far in after moving it ? what holds/releases the leg to adjust height ???

Steve for Model Number whirlpool thin twin

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Washer tub doesn't seem to be centered, there is too much play and it causes water during rinse/spin cycle to splash onto the backside of the tub. I watched the videos about the suspension spring but I wanted to be sure this would be the proper fix.

Alia for Model Number LSR7233BQ2

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After my washer is done spinning the clothes are still pretty wet, I have been running them through the spin cycle again. What could this be?

Terri for Model Number 11091521210

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Whenever our spin cycle is done the washer stops and there is a loud banging and thumping noise. Its like the inner basket is moving or the unit it resisting the stop. We took the washer apart and are going to replace the springs just to be safe but could it be something else?

Alexa P for Model Number Whirlpool WTW57ESV Top Load

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My washing machine goes out of balance everytime during the spin cycle. I had to take it apart and put a new pump on it and I think I may have misplaced one of the springs. The drum sits far to the front. Is there supposed to be a spring on the back of the drum connecting to the frame to pull the tub back? Would that cause the drum to always go unbalanced?

Mike for Model Number Whirlpool Thintwin LTE6234AW1

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