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    • Part Number: AP2908525
    • MFG Part Number: 3363892
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I just replaced a water pump on my whirlpool washer because it was leaking in the front of my machine. After putting everything back together. Now filling the machine with water, the water will not stop running into the basket, it will overflow.

Minnie for Model Number LSR8233EQO

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I just replace my water punp part number 3363892 and my machine will not drain the water out. What do i do

Michael

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The washer is draining but not all the way. I'm thinking it is the pump.

Chris N for Model Number KAWS700JT3

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Hello, Before puchasing the water pump for my Washing machine, I need to remove the pump which is leaking and needs to be replaced. How best to remove a rusted shaft water pump off the motor for replacement? Thank you. Danny

Danny for Model Number KAWE777BWH1

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My wash will not empty the water out. It washed the clothes fine but it did not empty or spin out the water.

Suzanna for Model Number GSQ9611KQ1

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Awhile back I replaced the parts that make washer aggatate. I could'nt get the pump off, so I just moved pump still attached to the motor to one side. Now the pump leaks[bad), the pump was so stuck onto the shaft that I had to take it off in pieces. My ? is there's a piece of plastic about 3/4 in long or less still on shaft, does this stay or does it have to be taken off? Thanks

Ed for Model Number LSL9345EQ1

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Washer is not draining. Once in the drain cycle the motor knob that spins the pump is not spinning. There is nothing clogging the pump assembly...What is wrong?

Nova for Model Number LTE6234DQ2

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The water will not drain out during the spin cycle. It does spin, but the water will not drain. We can lower the hose and manually drain the water, but it's not being forced out during the spin cycle. We replaced the direct drive motor coupling, but this did not fix the issue. Could it be the drain pump?

Michele for Model Number GST9675JQ0

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After a wash or rinse cycle, the water remains in the tub until the spin cycle starts, then the water is "thrown" out of the washer. Is this a drain pump issue (don't hear any motor noise during the part of the cycle is should be draining) or a timing/timer issue? I haven't pulled the pump off, waiting till I get a new one (if that is the problem).

Robert for Model Number Kenmore

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After the wash is done my clothes are still soaking wet (as oppose to just damp like before). I do not however see any pool of water at the bottom though. I also took out the pump but but don't see any physical damage. I can also rotate the 'wheel' with my fingers tough not freely. There is some tension but then again I'm not sure if that's how it's suppose to be.

Adrian for Model Number Whirlpool

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