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    • Part Number: AP5306816
    • MFG Part Number: W10193886
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Is there a bearing and seal kit available that does not included the tub?

Kevin for Model Number mvwb450wq1

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I purchased the tub assembly with bearing, W10310957. Taking it out of the box, I heard slushing of liquid inside the tub assembly...is this ok? I stopped all repair work. Should the liquid be there, and do I need to drain it out prior to installing into the washer?? Is here a service manual to help with the tub replacement? thank you for your help. DAN

Dan for Model Number WTW7800XW4

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Hi. Is the bearing assembly available for this washing machine without buying the tub as well Thanks

Robert for Model Number 110.27072603

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My Cabrio washer (WTW6600SW3) needs bearing replacement. Is there a kit for just the bearings on this model or do I need the complete outer-tub assembly? txs Tony

Tony P for Model Number WTW6600SW3

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I repeatedly get the uL code and washer vibrated a LOT in the final spin, regardless of the spin speed or load size. I think my bearing are in tact, but the shaft is extremely worn where the inner tub/basket should set and it does not move up and down freely. There was excessive rust and gunk in that area also. 1. Should I replace the whole outer tub? 2. Should I replace the suspension spring? 3. How do I know if the metal rings of the basket (where the shaft goes) are bad?

Bryan F. for Model Number WTW6400SW0

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My washer is making a howling noise when spinning. I believe the bearings are going bad and need replacing. I've read on other forums where there is now a bearing kit that can be installed rather than replacing the outer tub assembly with the bearings & rod pre-installed. Will parts W10435302 and the tool W10447783 work for my unit?

John for Model Number Kenmore 11027092600

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The bearings are getting noisier on spin cycle and need to be replaced will the W10435302 shaft,bearing and seal kit fit the outer tub on this model? It appears to fit the MVWB400VQ0 but I don't know what the difference is between the VQ and VQ0 ??

Itstechpro for Model Number MVWB400VQ

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Sounds like the bearings are out in my outer tub, I see where some models the bearings can be replaced with out replacing the tube? Can my model be replaced? WTW6800WW1

Jim for Model Number WTW6800WW1

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I have a 6-year-old Whirlpool Cabrio WTW6300SW0. During the spin cycle, it has a loud noise that has gotten progressively louder over the last month or so. If we lift the lid and spin the tub by hand, we can hear a grinding noise. My husband is a mechanic, and he said it sounds like bad bearings to him. Is that what it sounds like to you? Can we just buy the bearings for our washer, or do we have to buy the whole outer tub assembly (part no. W10193886)? Are there any other parts we might need?

Stacy for Model Number WTW6300SW0

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got the parts to replace the bearings but when I pulled out the shaft the upper bearings fell apart now the outer ring on the bearing is stuck/rusted to the outer basket. I have tried to use a dremel and work it out but it's really stuck! What do you suggest I do?

Mar for Model Number WTW6700TW1

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