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    • Part Number: AP4009132
    • MFG Part Number: 12002213
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Recently the during spin out we smelt a "burnt" smell there was water in drum....after pumping out and restarting only the agitator would spin...(back story have replaced brake/clutch assy. about a year ago) after contacting Appliance Pro....said may be thrust bearing assy....as i could not feel any release when rotated drive counter clock.......(or maybe transmission)...... anyway install new thrust bearing and I believed when first tried it did spin (empty).....however ran it in a "light small load" it did not only agitator....however now at least i can manually turn it..... (I still do not feel this release at thrust bearing rotating the pulley either way) I am guessing at this point that it means its the transmission... Which means a whole used washer can be had for price...... UNLESS there is further input as to what to do/test/adjust? Please respond as soon as you can...................RES

Robert for Model Number MAV7557EWW

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The washer is very loud while agitating, and the agitator bounces around a bit. It spins normally with no loud noise. I removed the agitator from the shaft and can feel a little play in the shaft. When I spin turn the drive pulley manually, the agitator will turn but there are knocking and clunking sounds. What is the problem?

Jason P for Model Number HAV2357AWW

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I purchased a Thrust Bearing Kit from Appliance Pros. I have attached both the .032 and .062 washer to the white spacer with the retainer ring. The spacer does not move. I have also attempted to attach the white spacer without any washers. The spacer does not move. What would the issue be? Thank you

Tim for Model Number MAV6451AWW

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I bought a thrust bearing assembly kit. No matter how hard I try, I cannot attach either washer (.032 or .062). The transmission only moves when I use the heavier washer. I have watched the video numerous times. I cannot get the E clip to attach. Any advice would be appreciated. Bob

Bob for Model Number MAV6451AWW

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I bought a replacement Thrust bearing kit for my Maytag washer. Here is the issue that I am experiencing. I cannot get the retaining ring to lock on either washer. I have attempted using the thinner washer (.032). The cam arrow does not move. If I use the thicker .062 washer, the cam arrow on the pulley moves. However, I cannot get the retaining ring to lock on either washer. It will only fit if neither washer is attached. Any advice would be appreciated.

Tim for Model Number MAV6451AWW

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My Matag washer stopped spinning the other day. It will fill, agitate, and pump the water out as usual but the drum will not spin the water out of the clothes. There is no unusual noise. I thought that I needed the thrust bearing kit but when I checked the operation of the pulley with the belt off I found no problem. Turn the pulley clock wise and the agitator works. Turn the pulley counter clockwise and the cam lifts the brake and the drum will spin freely. What I did notice is the pulley can be turned faster than the drum will turn. Or you can hold the drum from turning and still turn the pulley in the spin, counter clockwise direction. Is this normal or is there a problem with the transmission causing the drum to slip or something else wrong? Thanks

Jim D. for Model Number MAV5057AWW

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The washer operates normally. It agitates, it spins, it fills, it drains, but there is a terrible whining noise during the entire operation except while it's filling. The pulley turns by hand without issue. Please help!

Beckie for Model Number MAVT754EWW

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The washer is very loud only when spinning out. I'm assuming a bearing issue. Is this just a thrust bearing issue, or could it be something more? Tks, Chad

Chad for Model Number Maytag mav6000aww

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I ordered a thrust bearing assy. from you and I'm trying to install it. Does the E-clip supposed to be sitting on the groove? If it does, I'm having a hard time to get it on the groove and every time I rotate it counter clockwise the E-clip snapped-out or fell off. Please advise. Thanks!

Eric for Model Number MAV6451AWW

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Washer makes a squeaking noise when agitating but not when spinning. I pulled the belt off and spun the pulley by hand and cannot get it to make the squeaking noise. should I replace the thrust bearing kit or something else?

Richard for Model Number MAV5758EWW

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