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Seal-Tub

Part Number: AP4567772
MFG Part Number: W10324647
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 Gasket Or Seal.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10324647 (AP4567772) replaces 1877231, AH3407958, EA3407958, PS3407958, W10006371.

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I have the washer apart and the tub seal exposed ready to replace. How do I remove it from the shaft?

Wayne for Model Number Maytag centennial Washer

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Does this part cover the bearings? I have a leak and loud noise during spin cycle.

Sam for Model Number MVWX700XL1

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I have a water leak from the bottom of my washer. It is slinging out from the transmission/motor. Pad underneath has some black too but I think that is just carried from the belt as it drips. It appears that the issue would be the tub seal, part AP4567772. Looks like everything has to be taken apart to get to it. I was wondering if any special tools or other parts are needed to make the repair. I see some indication a spanner wrench is needed but don't currently have one.

Charles for Model Number MVWX600XW0

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Is this strictly a water seal or does it also seal for grease?

Marvin for Model Number WTW5640XW0

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Just put this new tub seal in my Bravos washer, fixed the leak, but NOW it's making a loud 'scraping' almost plasticky noise/grinding with each forward and reverse of the agitator. I left the motor and transmission intact, belt and all. Basically changed nothing. I took the belt guard off, and still same noise. What could this be? I also ran re-calibrating twice, but no effect. Thanks! Steve

Steve for Model Number MVWX600XWO

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the seal ap4567772 , fit 1 1/8 inside , 2 5/16 outside , 5/16 width

Carlos P

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