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    • Part Number: AP4373103
    • MFG Part Number: W10219156
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The wash just did the out of balance walk and won't spin correctly. I have replaced the 12002213 bearing kit and also the 21352320 belt. The machine goes through every cycle and when it gets to the spin cycle it will sometimes just agitate and have a slight clicking-grinding sound and with me pushing the agiatater down or any direction it will start to spin at half speed or start to spin and only get up to half speed and have a slight clicking-grinding noise, or it will spin and start to gather speed, squeal to a stop, and start to agitate for a few seconds and return to spinning and repeating that process. It sometimes will get up to full speed and it seems the heavier the load the more likely it will act up. Any ideas or part numbers?

Mike for Model Number MAVT346AWW

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The agitator on our 12 year old Crosley CW7500W washer moves very slowly and has a very loud grinding sound. The spin cycle works fine and is quiet. I've recently replaced the thrust bearing. Could it be anything other than the transmission? Thanks.

Tom M. for Model Number Crosley CW7500W Washer

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The wash tub hub will not come off. Using a pipe wrench and tapping with a hammer only spins the whole assembly and the hub stays put. I've used penetrating oil on the threads, another wrench on the drive holding it steady while tapping on the wrench attached to the hub and even heated the hub with a propane torch, to no avail. Any additional ideas on how to get the hub off?

Robert H for Model Number PAV2300AWW

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There is a small amount of oil that is leaking out from under the agitator inside the tub. Is there a seal underneath the agitator that needs to be replaced?

Dave for Model Number Admiral AAV7000AWW

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My washer only makes a loud turbine/grinding type noise when on spin cycle only and wobbles a little. Everything works fine. I removed the belt, and the motor /water pump spin smoothly the thrust pulley is normal as well, clockwise agitates/counter releases brake and spins the tub and the agitator.( Is it only suppose to spin the tub only? Or both when doing the counterclockwise. There is no visible oil/grease splatter anywhere. When I spin the pulley to spin the transmission it sounds like its coming from between the transmission and the tub. Could it be the tub bearing? Please Advise and if it is can u give a link to the part please. Thanks

Mike for Model Number MAV5758EWW

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Can you please confirm that no special tools are needed to remove my existing parts and install this new seal kit? From what I can find online a special spanner wrench and seal nut removal tool are necessary. Both these tools seem to appear on the instructions. If these tools are not required, how exactly (and with what tools) do you remove the existing seals and bearings?

David

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Will I need special tools for this part?

Scott for Model Number ap4373103

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What type of grease is used on bearings and the transmission shaft?

Herman for Model Number pav3240aww

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During agitation only, agitator is engaged, some movement, but the gears(?) below sound like they are half engaged, skipping through. Spin cycle is just fine. Removed all agitator equipment, and continues with just water in tub. Fair amount of grease below unit, has been flinging it for awhile. Also noticed under a full load, that water appeared to be coming from water pump shaft area... Now not sure if it is a separate issue or not? If I have to replace transmission, what other items should I do? Any direction is helpful. Keith

Keith for Model Number HAV4657EWW

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I have a small oil leak. I notice that I can see oil in a radial splatter pattern on the floor below the drive pulley. There is also some oil splatter (very slight) all along the interior sides of the base of the washer enclosing the drive pulley. The shaft between the brake assembly and the drive pulley appears to be just slightly wet with oil and apparently the oil is getting slung in the various locations as the drive pulley spins. The amount of oil collected is no more than 80 little smudges. What would you recommend for oil seals to repair this and what all would need to be removed to access. The hardest repair I have done on this washer is the snubber at the base. Others include the motor and pump. Another potential clue is some wet clothes found close by but they are right beside the water heater so it is going to be investigated next! Thanks for any help.

Richard for Model Number Magic Chef W225LM Clothes Washer

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