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Oil Seal

Part Number: AP3043580
MFG Part Number: 285352
Made by: Whirlpool
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Oil seal kit for gear case input shaft.

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 Gasket Or Seal and Washer Gasket Or Seal.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 285352 (AP3043580) replaces 286106, 286108, 470681, 63387, AH334494, EA334494, PS334494, W10111745.

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Oil leaking form gear case Justin L. • Manassas, VA • December 29, 2014

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Hello, I've found a leaking gear case input shaft seal on my 70 series Kenmore washer. I have disassembled it down to seal. I would like to verify that part number AP3043580 seal kit is the correct repair seal. Also, is there a technique for removing the old seal? I see nowhere to pry on it like a standard lip seal. Thank you for your time! Christopher H.

Christopher H. for Model Number 110.82673810


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The transmission is leaking oil all over the place. Can I replace the seals on this model or do I need a new one? There is a seal kit listed. If so, I already have the trans. apart, how do I get the driveshaft out? (trans #3360629).

Ruralrev for Model Number ETW4400TQ1


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Since I apparently have to disassemble the transmission to replace the input seal, what parts, if any, do I need besides the seal kit and gear oil?

John G for Model Number Kenmore 110.26902690


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After the seal has been changed in the gearcase, what kind of oil is required to refill it?

Mighty Mouse for Model Number LSR7010PQ0


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Oil was found under the washer. Looked like syrup you would use for pancakes. Washer is about 5yrs old, but probably hasn't had 50 loads of laundry run through it. It may sit for a month before it is used. I looked under it but could not determine where oil was coming from. Thought maybe a seal could be dried up and cracked due to lack of usage of machine.

Richard for Model Number WTN5800SWO


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So, which way do you put the two seals together? Do you only need one? Any help would be appreciated!



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