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Part Number: AP5951296
MFG Part Number: W10721967
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.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10721967 (AP5951296) replaces W10006356, W10315818, W10006352, W10006353, W10006354, W10006382, W10326374, W10536113.

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When a load is first dumped in the washer and started, it makes a loud grinding noise during its load sensing cycle. When i pulled the belt assembly off , i found the teeth on the cam to be very worn. when i pushed the cam and compressed the spring it seemed to be ok. could it be the cam teeth making the grinding noise or could it be the shift actuator?

Steve for Model Number WTW4950XW2

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Loud ratcheting noise when slowing from a spin cycle. Noise stops immediately if plug is pulled. Likely cause?

E.a. for Model Number WTW4880AW0

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I have a whirlpool cabrio washer that it about 2 years old. When it is in the wash or spin cycle it makes a loud grinding noise. This has been happening for quite a while and seems to be getting louder. I'm wondering what the replacement parts might be?

Destiny for Model Number WTW5500XW2

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I have a Whirlpool Cabrio H2 low washer, just has a tub not the middle agitator, during the wash cycle has a loud grinding noise, during spin cycle intermittent clicking noise. I found a video with exact noise they said it was "cam kit" on that video the washer had the middle agitator.

Shaun for Model Number WTW5500XW2

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Can I change the pulley without changing the entire motor?

Carol for Model Number mvwx500w0

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We have tried holding the tub as we take off the nut but it isnt working, we've had to tighten the pulley before and have no problem with the nut but now that we are trying to remove it it wont come off. Any ideas?

Kc for Model Number 110.21102011

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