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Bearing and Seal Kit

Part Number: AP3020440
MFG Part Number: 285203
Made by: Whirlpool
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Centerpost bearing and seal kit for direct drive washing machines. Kit includes 2 center post bearings, 3 agitator shaft seals, and 2 center post seals.

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Bearing and Washer Dryer Combo Bearing.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 285203 (AP3020440) replaces 470615, AH334447, EA334447, PS334447.

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I replaced my centerpost gasket #383727 just over two weeks ago and now I have noticed leaks on the full water level but not on the medium level. It is dripping right at the clutch. Does this mean I need the centerpost bearing and seal kit? How hard is it to change these parts? Are any special tools needed to change these parts? I already have the machine torn down to the point where I have already removed both the inner and outer tubs.

Henry for Model Number 110.92273100

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Washer makes a groaning noise during spin cycle, and clothes seem too wet after spin cycle.

Scott for Model Number 11026912691

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At the beginning of the spin cycle, the washer makes a loud groaning sound which only lasts for about 20 seconds or so. After that, the washer continues washing just fine. I've read that this might be the (center post?) bearings. But one sign is supposed to be rusty water leaking out of the bottom, and I've found no sign of that. Any ideas what this might be? Thanks.

Joe for Model Number Kenmore 11026652500

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What type of oil should I use for replacing these bearings?

Corey

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When our washer goes into the spin cycle it sounds like a jet engine. The spin cycle spins really well, even on delicate but it is very noisy. What might be the problem?

Sheila for Model Number HAV2557AWW

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My whirlpool direct drive is leaking water from the center. I have taken it all apart and inspected most of the washer. Pump and all hoses are not leaking. Tub is not cracked and I replaced the center post tub gasket. After jumping the door switch I ran a load and was finally able to see the leak. There is a drip coming from up inside the clutch assembly. Is there another seal in there as well? If I replace the clutch assembly do you think that would fix the leak? Any help would be appreciated. I thought I had it fixed with the tub seal but nope!

Brian for Model Number LSL9345EQ1

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