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Belt

Part Number: AP4514411
MFG Part Number: W10006384
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 Belt.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10006384 (AP4514411) replaces 1871380, AH2579381, EA2579381, PS2579381.

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Noisy agitation. Loud grinding noise at start of rinse agitation as if a cog drive pulley/belt were slipping.

Mike for Model Number wtw5550xw1

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I had an online chat with Robin about a belt replacement for my Maytag. She suggested a Whirlpool belt #AP4514411 will this be usable for my washer?

Michelle W. for Model Number MVWC450XW#

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The belt was off, and the pulley is crooked when the belt is put back on. Do I replace the pulley with a cam kit? I watched your video and the image does not look anything like my unit. It does not have an agitator that stands tall, this is a low profile agitator from an H e machine. The pulley wobbles and the belt comes off.

Dan for Model Number WTW5700XW

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Is it normal to have to replace the belt on my Whirlpool washer if the machine is only 2 years old? Do you think this task can be done by a DO IT YOURSELF first timer?

Terry for Model Number WTW4910XQO

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While investigating no spinning or agitating I found the belt off the pulley and motor. The plastic pulley's nut was loose. The belt was deteriorated, bits and pieces found on the sound deadening material at the bottom of the washer. The washer was making a knocking noise when the spin cycle was starting up after it was spinning the noise stopped. Also during the agitation cycle there was a loud noise that sounded like something was slipping or something not moving freely. Could these noises be caused by a bad belt or do I have a more serious problem?

Lee H. for Model Number wtw5640xw2

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My washer don't do nothing when I push the start.I can hear the motor, but don't fuel water.

Juan for Model Number wtw4800xq1

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