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Drive Pulley

Part Number: AP3841230
MFG Part Number: 8182650
Made by: Whirlpool
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This front load washer drive pulley attaches to the back of the drum.

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Axle, Roller, Pulley.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 8182650 (AP3841230) replaces 1154620, 8181671, AH986595, EA986595, PS986595, W10003730.

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I have a whirlpool washer which had a bad drive pulley John K. • Cranford, NJ • July 11, 2014
Appliance: Whirlpool Washer-Direct Drive GHW9100LW1

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How to Replace Drive Pulley #8182650

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Drive Pulley #8182650 for Washer made by Whirlpool, Kenmore, Maytag. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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On my drive pulley, the mounting hole does not have flat sides. The pulley has slope when rotating it back and forth. I take it that this is worn out. Also the nut is a self locking nut. Should I replace it?

Don for Model Number ghw9100lw1

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Hello, I just replaced my front, rear bearings and lip seal yesterday and now my washer won't spin at full speed on the spin cycle. Does the large pulley wheel need to sit flush on the teeth in back of drum? mine has about an 1/8" overhang.the pulley turns freely by hand but when I tighten the 9/16th nut onto the pulley it makes it harder to turn. I'm thinking that this is not allowing the washer to spin at full speed. Is this possible and if so does that mean I have to take it apart again and push inner drum in farther so it sticks farther out the back for pulley to sit flush?

Cb for Model Number maytag neptune

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This wash machine is incredibly noisy when it spins,the noise is getting worse and sounds like a bearing going out. In your parts diagraphm it does not show the bearings. Am I guessing right and what do I have to but to fix.

Gary S for Model Number MWHE500VP00

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I have a Kenmore Elite He3t washer type 199-702 GT-BC and the tub (drum) will no longer turn without having to use both hands on the pulley to turn it. I am leaning towards having to replace the bearings in the tub. I don't see any rub marks on the back of the tub from the pulley. Any help would be appreciated.

Bob for Model Number Model # 11042926202

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I have a duet washer that shakes at high speeds. Not just a little but quite a bit. When we first got it there was no shake like now Even though the previous owners complained about it. They of course didn't have the washer level. When it started shaking with large loads I tried a small load. Like one sheet. High speed is not an option now so we use medium. I read online that if the shocks work,which how would you know. They move up and down freely but seem really cheap. They also said it could be the springs. Which are fully attached. If that wasn't it the bearing needs to be replaced. Before removing the pulley I noticed that there's about an 1/8" wobble in the pulley. You can even see it in the rub marks from the belt. Bearing seems solid but I know it takes a lot of pressure to know that. Is the pulley the problem. I would think that much wobble at what seems to be 10000 rpm would make anything wobble/ shake but how would that get bent. Or is the bearing still the culprit? If so how do you remove the bearing. I see the snap ring but haven't proceeded any further. Any assistance would be great! Thank you Joe. Feels like a drive shaft is going out on a front wheel drive vehicle.

Joe for Model Number Duet wfw8400tboo

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The drive pulley moves 3 inches before ingaging drum, drum turns bearings seem to be ok. How to I lock the drum to get the nut off the pulley to inspect it.

Mike S. for Model Number ghw9100lwi

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