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    • Part Number: AP3963893
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F13 comes up on my machine.

Terry for Model Number 8592474151100

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Just watched the video on how to replace the direct drive motor coupling, top loader. Is it the same for a front loader? Is there a video of how to replace a front loader drive coupling?

Terry for Model Number 8592474151100

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On my washer I changed the clutch on the agitator, it was worn out and then changed the direct drive coupling with a new a kit because the old coupling dog was broken. Now after fitting everything nicely I went ahead to test the machine. It started fine but when spinning it was vibrating a lot and then after a little while it stopped suddenly with a loud noise like something had seized. Then it started pouring water like the beginning of a cycle. I suspected that the coupling had snapped again but on checking it, everything was still intact. Now I'm thinking that what broke the coupling in the first place might be a problem somewhere in the machine maybe the gearbox? Can you help? There is a brass pin with a flat side that fell out of the washer body when I was moving it and I can't locate where it came from

Denson for Model Number LSR7233HQO---whirlpool washer

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I have a Roper top load washer model #RTW4305XQ0. After it spins it makes a loud noise and will move on the floor. It sounds like it has a break issue. Can you tell me what the issue might be?

Allen for Model Number RTW4305XQO

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I just watched this video on how to change the coupler on the motor...I think Matt has done a good job on the video and he makes me feel confident that if that is my problem I will be able to resolve...can you tell me what are the signs of this problem besides not agitating is one but my unit also makes a noise as if it's trying to spin as well as if I stick my hand inside the machine I can make it move slowly but not like it normally does....does this sound like my problem? Thanks so much for helping...single mother of five and we are hurting without this machine! :-)

Justkeona for Model Number GSQ9669LWO

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I have a GE washer that makes a grinding sound. like a bearing

Clarence F for Model Number GLWN5050Mows

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When my admiral top loader starts spinning it starts to jump around. If I stop it and rearange the clothes sometimes it spins ok or it starts banging again.

Tony for Model Number aav2200agw

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Hi, I was wondering if I have the same coupler problem. This washer is about 25+ years old and it no longer drains nor does it spin. Additionally, regardless whether the lid is closed or open, the machine will run as long as I pull the knob. Thanks!

Victor for Model Number Kenmore 70 Series 110.82671810

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I have a whirlpool washer #AP3963893 and the top portion of the paddle is loose and not seam tobe working properly its movement is not in sinc with the bottom paddle. What's happening here. Is it repairable? Is there parts for this?

Pachu for Model Number #AP3963893

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My washer works great until it it's on the last spin cycle and it starts making a loud noise only then does it make the noise I found a white plastic piece inside the rim of the washer and if you feel around the entire rim you can feel where the white plastic is peeling off from the drum

Janice for Model Number GHW9250MLO

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