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Brake Rotor

Part Number: AP4253879
MFG Part Number: R9900474
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 and Washer Dryer Combo Brake & Clutch.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number R9900474 (AP4253879) replaces 26556, 26556P, 31961, 31961P, 38505, 38505P, 40003102, 40003103, 40003103P, 40003201, 40003603, 768844, AH2174568, EA2174568, PS2174568, R0610008, R0610044, R0610071, R0610073, Y40003201.

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Yes, it will start to spin, but then when it gets to the top of the helix it goes down and up again. I take it the clutch is supposed to apply enough pressure to the pulley to the helix to make the drum spin.

Mike for Model Number alw880qaw


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I just installed a new belt, tensioner spring and tensioner pulley a week ago. The machine was working good until today. It started knocking and will not spin. It does agitate. Inspection found my new belt has chunks of rubber missing and the transmission pulley freewheels in the spin direction, but locks into the cogs in the agitate position. It appears main shaft has dropped down causing to much clearance between the pulley and brake rotor. The pulley can not push the rotor up off the pads and engage with the drum to start spin cycle. I removed the agitator from inside the tub and I am guessing there is a missing snap ring or something that allowed the shaft to drop down. No broken parts were found in the tub and the exploded view does not show a snap ring. Thoughts and suggestions?

Tim for Model Number SAV515DEWW


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My washer have a loud sound when the end of spinning (just before it stops). Even though I replace the direct drive motor coupling & the agitator direction dogs. It still have the same problem. Could you please tell me which part should I replace next? Thank you

Tommy for Model Number gsq9669lw1


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My washer quit spinning all the way dry. Otherwise, it works. On the spin cycle, the tub spins clockwise and the agitator slowly spins counterclockwise. I have checked the belt, and it seems fine. I have taken the lower panel off, and looked at the belt working. Could you tell me what might be the problem? Thank you.

Darlene for Model Number SAV5401AWW


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I had an issue where the belt shredded and I replaced it. The original belt was at least 12 years old so it showed a lot a wear and tear. My wife tried washing a large load of laundry and smelled the same burnt odor. There was a slight burn mark on the belt and one of the brake pads broke off. Was the over load of the washer the cause of this mishap or do I have a bigger problem. Before I start replacing brake pads and rotors are there other things I should consider. When it is in the agitation cycle you can hear a squeaking sound. Everything seams to run smoothly during the spin cycle once the machine reaches its top speed. What should I also be looking at to repair as well. Trying to consider repair vs. replace.

Greg for Model Number LWA50AW


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I recently replaced the belt and water pump after the prior belt burnt out. Now we find that the drum will not spin. it agitates fine, but does not spin, during or after the water is pumped out. The large pully does rotate both directions when turned by hand. please help.

Ken for Model Number LW8203W3


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