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Kit-Damper

Part Number: AP4024203
MFG Part Number: 203956
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 Dryer Combo Insulation, Sound Dampening and Washer Insulation, Sound Dampening.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 203956 (AP4024203) replaces 1282, 2-13072, 2-13497, 2-3956, 213072, 213497, AH2017036, EA2017036, PS2017036.

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Where is the glue? It is not in the kit.

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I was replacing the brake assembly on my maytag a107 washer. I took off the pulley and got ahead of myself due to being distracted and started unscrewing the brake assy before removing the set screw holding the brake from turning. So, when I had turned the brake over 1 turn with the set screw in and the brake wasn't getting any looser, I realized what I had done and removed the set screw. Then when I continued to turn the brake assy counterclockwise by hitting the brake removal tool with the hammer like I had been doing, it would turn, but did not come out. Since there are only about 3 aluminum threads (out of the 6 cut into it) in the damper which actually contact the threads on the brake assy, I assume I have stripped out the threads in the damper and will have to replace it. So the brake assy will turn now, it just doesn't come out any. After much turning of the brake assy, clockwise and counterclockwise, with much wd40, I finally got it off. The threads didn't look stripped to me, but when I put the new brake on, it screwed in about 3 threads and will not tighten, just keeps turning and not going in any further.

Fred L for Model Number a107 maytag washer

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We have a Maytag washer...approx 18 years old.....everything works fine except when it goes into spin cycle. It starts quiet but then gets a loud clacking noise....like the card in a bicycle spoke kind of noise.....I'm thinking it's the damper pads need replacing but want to make sure before tearing it all apart. Any help is appreciated....thank you

Chris for Model Number LAT9205AAE

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When I start my washer and it fills it stops. I have to open the lid and slam the lid down and it will start again for 5 mins and the I have to do it again. I am not sure what it is. Can you help out?

April for Model Number LAT8650AAL

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I have a 18 year old Maytag Washer. Everything works fine until the tub starts to spin. I open the lid and the tub appears to be severely unbalanced. Once stopped, I can move the tub in all four directions and it will not return to center. Any thoughts?

Eric for Model Number LAT8504AAE

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I've been reading about replacing the damper and am confused. Will resting the machine on the 4 x 4 really provide enough clearance to get the old pads off and somehow clean the area and glue the new pads in place? It seems like you would need to remove the springs. Also, do you let the glue dry before taking the machine offf of the blocks? FInally, and I should have asked this first: my issue is that the drum wobbles a great deal on spin -- almost as if out of balance, but the load is not out of balance. With an empty tub, it doesn't wobble. Thanks for your help.

John for Model Number A612 series 02

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