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    • Part Number: AP2905773
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Makes rumble loud noise at end of spin cycle. Was told it is basket drive. How much is this part?

Pam for Model Number kenmore elite 11 years old

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Recently the tub was hesitating during the spin cycle and the clothes would come out wet. I purchased a new clutch from you, installed it according to the video, (which is very helpful), but now the tub won't spin at all. I can hear the motor running and the agitator seems to be working properly, but the tub won't spin. Any advice would be appreciated.

Darby for Model Number 110.29822800

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I can't get the inner tub off of the drive block. I've tried all kinds of rust inhibitors also white vinegar to help if it is calcium build up and it still won't budge. I am trying to get the inner tub off so I can check the drive block and also clean out between the tubs and also I think the tub seal may be leaking and probably needs to be replaced but can not get the inner tub off. Banging on the part where the tub post sits on the drive block is not working to loosen it up. Newer washing machines just don't compare to this one. All the parts already put in can't be returned , hoping to get this off so I can get this repair done and back to washing.

Jeff for Model Number LA8800XSWO

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How can you tell if the transmission is bad. My washer will not spin out at all. It fills,washes, drains the water but will not spin just hums and the timer will advance to the rest of the cycle but will not spin out the load. Had lid switch checked, it is fine. Replaced the coupling , clutch , and water pump and all the hoses on the washer ,also put in a new transmission in Jan. of this year and all was great , now I'm at the no spin and a hum. what else can I check or change to get it back to working properly??

Michelle for Model Number LA8800XSWO

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How can you tell if the drive block needs replaced?

Paul for Model Number whirlpool washer lsr 7300pqo

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Whirlpool top load washer agitates the wash load well, pumps the water out with out any problems, but when it is suposed to go into the spin cycle, all i can hear is the motor runing. It runs until the timer times out. It leaves the clothes soaking wet. In the past I could turn the dial to restart the final spin cycle, then open and close the lid a 3 or 4 times, each time the motor would shut off and restart and finaly the spin cycle would kick in. But now it won't do the spin at all. Also I installed a new transmition from you guys last week and still have this problem. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks

Phil for Model Number LSQ8000LQ1

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Hello, Recently, our washer did not spin fast so the clothers were still very wet. I purchased and replaced the clutch. (Thanks for your website and videos.) Now it seems to spin faster but not spin long enough and the rinse seems to think it is done even though there is sometimes soap bubbles still visible on the spun clothes or the inside of the basket. Several questions: 1) What else can be problem? 2) Is there a way to check the drive block without disassembly? 3) You never mention the part number or source for the drive block spanner wrench. Is there a kit that contains both wrench and drive block? 4) With the unit disassembled for clutch replacement (I took it apart again to double check my clutch install) I can spin the clutch housing counterclockwise and it eventually engages with the transmission and turns the motor shaft, but when i spin the housing clockwise, it never turns the motor shaft. Is this normal action? Thanks

Rick for Model Number Kenmore 110-22702-100

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Makes a noise like it's off balance while on the rinse or spin cycle.. I need to know what's parts I need to purchase to repair this.. I thank you

Olay for Model Number Maytag MVWC300VW

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Long story short: Due to a non-spin scenario, I replaced the motor coupler (twice!), then I replaced the clutch innerds and cam. Now when it spins, it makes a lot of noise and only "indexes" about an inch or two at a time. I've watched a number of your videos, but don't feel confident that any particular fix will do the job. Any ideas? Thanks in advance...

Ben for Model Number 110.24922200

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On the washer drive block, there are two notched out places. When my washing machine is in the spin cycle, the agitator will turn and the washer drive block will turn. On the shaft there are two ridges. As the agitator turns around, the notches on the washer drive block will rise up on the spurs until reaching the notched out places on the washer drive block, then the agitator will drop back down causing a very loud drop sound. How do I stop this from happening?

David G. for Model Number ntw4500xqo

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