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Brake Rotor

Part Number: AP4373023
MFG Part Number: 35-6714
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 Brake & Clutch.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 35-6714 (AP4373023) replaces 21002010, 1480293, 21001739, 35-2113, 35-2948, AH2347192, EA2347192, PS2347192.

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A scretching when the brake would be applied and the drum would come to a stop Mike W. • Batavia, IL • March 20, 2015
Appliance: Maytag Washer, Atlantis MAV7600AWW

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My washer does not always spin out. On Heavy loads I have to turn tub to engage spin. The belt seem to slip. I changed belt and motor. Where do I look next?

Jeffery for Model Number lnc6766a71


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Washer makes popping/knocking noise during agitate. Also, when on spin cycle still agitates. If I press down on the agitator during spin cycle agitation stops and it tries to spin. I'm thinking something let loose in the brake? Washer bought in 2006, new tub bearing snubber and drive pulley installed June 2014 to alleviate grinding noise at spin, and wobbly basket. AOK until now.

David for Model Number MAV408DAWW


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Thank you for responding to my first question. I have one more question for you. When I replace my Snubber Ring ( 21002026). It was said in the video to use Three (3) slightly longer 10-24 machine threaded screws. Exactly what size is that and do you sale them as well? Again, thank you.

William for Model Number PAVT920AWW


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As my washer agitates, (especially with a full load) it makes a a screeching/rubbing noise as it stops and starts the agitation movements. Everything looks like it works fine other than this noise. If you run a small load with just a few items, it does not make the noise at all. I suspect the brake rotor to be defective, but that looks like it is only a fix about 5-6% of the time for this type of noise....? Any ideas on things to try? Is there a way to test the brake rotor? Also - if you change the brake rotor, does the brake stator and snubber ring need to be changed at the same time? Thanks

David for Model Number Admiral AAV7000AWW Rev 27


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Hello. My washer will spin fine if it is empty but once loader it will start to make a loud knocking noise. "For instance" On the spin cycle It will start to generate speed and then all of a sudden the tub will wobble from side to side and then with a loud knock it will stop spinning and repeat this cycle all over again until the spin cycle is over. Without saying, my clothes are still with water. Can this be the Brakes?

William for Model Number PAVT920AWW


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Washer makes a terrible noise as it goes into spin cycle. I'm guessing its the clutch.

Daniel for Model Number PAV1000AWW


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