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Rotor

Part Number: AP3882831
MFG Part Number: 280146
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 Motor.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 280146 (AP3882831) replaces 1175771, 8565177, AH993018, EA993018, PS993018.

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Washer cycles, drains, doesn't spin on the rinse. Water will drain but no spin. Can spin by hand freely.

Rob for Model Number MVWB700VQ0

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Hi! My cabrio washing machine stopped spinning. It turns a bit to the left and a bit to the right. I am getting the suds error code. Clothes are sopping wet by water is being sucked out normally. During the initial wash cycle water comes in properly and the washer seems to agitate properly. Is it the stator or the rotor or both? Is it worth trying to repair? Or should I just buy a new one?

Risa for Model Number 58051450100

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Hi Our Maytag Bravos, 3 years old, is giving an error code of F51? Any ideas? I have 11 children so I really need my washer to be working!

Susan for Model Number Maytag Bravos

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I ran a auto diagnostic, got a f71 code, checked pressure switch hose and made sure basket was floating manually, and it was. However, after moving tub up and down a few times, it started to stick. Grabbing hold of the tub in a different location I was able to move the tub up and down once again, but it started to stick again. Went into manual diagnostic to the spin test, and got a lot of noise when the tub nearly reached top speed. I then went to the RPS test, and that test failed. Status lights would not light up when I manually rotated the basket. I once again ran a auto diagnostics test. This time I got an f72 code as well as the f71 code. The drain pump is working good, discharge hose correct, lid lock is working. I wasn't able to check resistance at P-5 and P10 at the controller. Didn't think that was an issue seeing that the controllers worked in diagnostics. Unless I have an EEPROM problem. What do you think?

David for Model Number wtw7800xlo

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Just replaced bearings, shaft, seal using the special tool. Still getting a louder than normal sound during spin cycle(the faster is spins the louder it is) but still much quietter than before I replaced the bearings. Could it be stator? there is a slight crack in the plastic but the windings look good or could it be bad rotor?

Cabrio for Model Number WTW6300SW0

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Whirlpool Cabrio - I have a washing machine that sounds like it has gears slipping during the spin cycle. What is the most likely cause? I think it is this part (http://www.appliancepartspros.com/whirlpool-rotor-280146-ap3882831.html) but several people mention bearings. Is there a positive way to tell one way or the other? Thank you!

Rick for Model Number WTW6200VW0

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