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Bearing Assembly (lower)

Part Number: AP4008541
MFG Part Number: 12001562
Made by: Whirlpool
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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.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 12001562 (AP4008541) replaces 21001511, 35-2111, 35-2730, 35-4926, 400538, AH2003141, EA2003141, PS2003141.

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When spinning fast the washer makes a loud "airplane noise". Would that be the lower bearing going bad? It started a couple of weeks ago. Is this hard to fix, and could it be something else?

Earl S. for Model Number mav4755aww


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My washer is making a loud grinding noise during the spin cycle. The washer is a Maytag Legacy bought in 2007. Would it be bearing? If so, what part number, and do other parts need to be replaced at the same time?

Bob for Model Number mav408daww


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Tub will not spin. The motor ok, pump ok. Tub spins by hand but hard pulley on tub turns by hand very easy but tub does not move.

Jack for Model Number mav2757aww


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This machine was making a loud noise while spinning and then stopped spinning all together.

Jim for Model Number nav58805aww


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I have received the lower bearing, part AP4008541, for my MAV408DAWW Maytag washer. This is after changing out the thrust bearing kit and not solving the problem. I've now tore down the washer and find that this lower bearing is press fit on the transmission shaft. Is there a procedure that a home owner can follow to remove this bearing? I've wracked at it and busted the plastic housing already. The only thing I'm thinking is that I would have to find a machine shop with a press, but I don't know how they would be able to work around the transmission housing.

Mark for Model Number MAV408DAWW


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I have and intermittent squeal during the agitation cycle only. I have replaced both the agitator and bearing but no success in stopping the squeal. Do you think it is the transmission or something else?

Bruce for Model Number Mav7455aww


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