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Capacitor

Part Number: AP3861916
MFG Part Number: 8572720
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 Capacitor and Washer Dryer Combo Capacitor.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 8572720 (AP3861916) replaces 3949170, 1180742, 3348058, 3350419, 3949168, 3957281, 661605, 661607, 8572718, AH982271, EA982271, PS982271.

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Washer fills and drain, It will not agitate nor spin. Replaced Lid switch. Help, Thanks

Calvin for Model Number KWAS700GQO

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The washer will agitate for 10 seconds, then it stops and I unplug it. After 15 seconds, there is a click in the motor and I plug it in and it runs again for 10 seconds, etc. This is a used motor I just purchased on ebay because the original motor was exhibiting similar symptoms. Can it be the capacitor is bad?

Ed for Model Number 110.26901691

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I have replaced the timer, overhauled the gear box with a neutral drain kit, replaced the motor with a used motor from ebay and still having trouble. I jumpered the wires to bypass the timer and when I plug it in, the washer agitates for 10 seconds, then stops. I unplug the power and, after 15 seconds, I hear a switch in the motor click on. Please help!

Mark for Model Number 110.26901691

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Will not agitate. Timer does cycle through all cycles... fills with water - does not agitate - drains water and spins and rinses and respins. Have taken cabinet off. With cabinet off and water to machine shut off, jumped across lid switch and manually turned timer through cycles - motor not running in wash/agitate cycle but does run in spin cycle. There is a very very slight hum from motor when in wash cycle. Tried checking capacitor with a digital OHM/V meter but not sure of the results. Also, checked OHMs for the motor... start windings had a resistance of 5 ohms, high speed windings had a resistance of 1 ohm, low speed windings only got O/L, extra low speed windings had a resistance of 2 ohms, motor safety protector had a resistance of 0 ohms. Do you think I have a bad capacitor or bad motor or something else? Is there another test I can perform to be certain? Thank You.

Ep for Model Number Kitchen Aid Washer, model KAWE670BWH0

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My washer is just humming in spin cycle. I checked the motor and it spins but the wires on the motor capacitor are loose. The wires have come apart. Could that be bypassed or should I just change that and the one on the back wall of washer? Help please

Marvin H. for Model Number Kenmore 70 series

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Where is the start capacitor located?

Chris for Model Number 110.22902100

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