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    • Part Number: AP4373301
    • MFG Part Number: 6-2097750
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Good Morning, I hope this note finds you smiling! I have loved my Maytag washer and dryer for the past 19 years and now, like my 14 year old dog, I am aware it is thinking of leaving me. I had the dryer rebuilt several years ago and it is still performing great. BUT.. the washer is leaking oil (transmission?) and has been for quite a while now. The oil is yellow in color and is primarily on the right underside. Paying for a "pro" to repair wouldn't be a wise move considering the age of the machine and I am thinking of trying to do the repair myself. Depending on if this is actually the problem, do you think it is a very smart move. Our local merchant who we have been dependent on for over twenty years now charges a "trip" fee along with the house call so just to find out what the problem is would be about 75.00. Then would be the time and materials. I love my washer, don't need all the bells and stuff on the new models and am a bit shy on funds at this time of year!! Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

Polly for Model Number A9400

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My washing machine is almost 10 years old and it is not spinning. I replaced the belts but now I think it is the transmission. If I replace the transmission, do I also have to replace the brake/clutch?

Pat for Model Number LAT2300AAE

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My Maytag washer will not agitate. It fills, drains, spins fine. When it comes to the agitate part of the cycle, it makes a low humming noise. After a while, a squealing noise starts, and I can smell burning rubber. The noise is just like a loose belt in a car. The loss of agitation was also progressive, from a 'weak' wash, to very minimal movement of the agitator, to complete failure to move, along with the other symptoms. I checked the belts and they are fine, and there is no oil or liquid leaking. With the belt off, the large central pulley underneath is hard to turn counter-clockwise, and moderately hard to turn clockwise. There is no grinding, rumbling, or clinking noises. I think that the transmission has become clogged or the grease has become sticky, or something has wound itself around the parts somewhere. I am thinking of re-greasing the transmission if I can pull it apart without breaking anything. Has anyone else had a similar experience? Am I wasting my time trying to fix it without replacing the transmission? Am I off the track completely? The total cost of the transmission assembly is prohibitive for me as the machines are not common where I am from, and I can buy a working machine with warranty for the same price as acquiring the transmission. I would rather keep this machine as it is in absolute mint condition. Any help is appreciated.

Victor for Model Number LAV3600AWW

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My washer has water coming out from underneath it as it is washing. I took front panel off and put it in motion and water was spinning off at the transmission like the cover part, so not sure where the water is coming from. Maybe from where the tub connects to the transmission. I did check the hoses and they seemed fine. Where do you think the water may be coming from? Grandpa h

Grandpa H for Model Number LAT9416AAE

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Machine fills, agitates, goes thru all the cycles but does not spin during spin cycle....it does make some screeching sounds then however. When this occurs pump functions just fine empties well. Motor and belts are good, belt tension is correct. Why no spin?

Rick for Model Number Maytag A9700

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I have a MayTag LSE9904ACE Stackable Washer/Dryer. I hear a noticeable whir sound as it goes about washing clothes. It was quiet the 17 years I owned it. The motor seems to run o.k., it does appear easy to jiggle around in it's assembly with my fingers. Is that normal play for the van belt operation? I ordered belts but now I don't think that's the source of the whirring sound. Does the Transmission slowly revolve in a circle as the machine washes clothes? I can stop it by hand but it seems to me the transmission may not be as smooth running anymore and it is rotating because it could be dried up inside? Or worn ? I see no oil or leaks anywhere...Not much else down there in the wash tub area.

Aaron for Model Number reddalek@att.net

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When on "normal" cycle the agitator does not turn. Sounds like it wants to turn but it stays in one position. When you turn it to "delicate" cycle the agitator does rotate. Will tearing down the transmission reveal anything or is it possibly something else besides the transmission. Thanks

Randy H. for Model Number MAYTAG LAT9557AAE TOP LOAD WASHER

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my washer will spin & drain, but when in the wash cycle it does nothing but humes. I can turn the agutator by hand from underneath and it goes back @ forth. I'm told it's the transmission, so why is the motor not trying to turn the transmission. belts are new.

Bill for Model Number LA482

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My washer is dripping oil. The oil is a yellowish green color and is dripping from the pulley/clutch mechanism under the washer and sprays all around the sides when the pulley is spinning. When I opened the front panel there was no oil visible in the section where the transmission is under the tub. The oil is only in the bottom area of the washer where the pulley is. Is this a transmission leak of some kind?

Andy for Model Number LAT9704AAE

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Wash cycle runs normally, rinse drains then sticks on rinse spin. Control panel has no effect. The only way to stop it is to slide the door open. The washer can be used but we have to leave the door open when not in use. Eg: If spin is selected, unit will spin but will continue to even after control panel clicks off. If the door is opened, unit will stop then defaults to a wash action if closed again. Motor relay?

Phil for Model Number Maytag LSE 9900 ADW

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