What parts do I need to replace the tub bearing seal?
Answer Hello Bryant. This is the other parts you will need to do the repair 6-2095720. Hope this helps.
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After replacing bearing tub kit washer is off balance is there a way I can rebalance it
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Our Maytag washer doesn't spin anymore. It does get rid of the water in the tub, but the agitator and the tub do not spin. After a while there is a bit of a whiny sound and the smell of rubber. Can you tell from this what is wrong? Thanks so much
Answer Rien, There could be an article stuck between the inner and outer tubs. But it's more likely that the tub bearing 6-2040130 has seized to the transmission housing, which won't allow the tub to spin. You'll need the tub bearing kit 6-2040130 stem and seal kit 6-2095720 and belts  and the spanner wrench TJ90TB123A.
In the process of replacing the tube bearing. Cannot remove sleeve off the shaft. There are no notches or groves to use a chisel like what is shown in the video. Any advice or suggestions.
Answer Hello Matt. If there are no notches, just be careful when breaking the sleeve off the shaft. There is no tricks for this. You can try soaking it in rust buster to see if it frees it up.
Rumble like noise on the spin cycle?
Answer Hello Luke. If the noise is a roaring noise, you will need to replace the mount stem and tub bearing in the unit.
Do I use a lubricant between the sleeve and the tub brass bearing, as no grease comes with the kit? (Maytag Top-Loader)
Answer Ed, Supposedly the lubricant is no longer needed but most of the "old school" servicers still apply 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of high speed turbine oil TJ93240 to the bearing and sleeve assembly. Once you have the outer tub and bearing installed and mounted to the support arms, drop the oil onto the sleeve and bearing and allow the oil to migrate down into the assembly while you finish installing the boot, mounting stem, etc. Once you have it all back together, put the washer into the final spin/drain cycle. The spin will cause the bearing and sleeve to get warm and absorb most of the oil. Any residual oil on the inside of the cabinet walls should be wiped away with a rag.