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Shaft Seal

Part Number: AP2908074
MFG Part Number: 3349985
Made by: Whirlpool
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Used for gear case cover.

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 3349985 (AP2908074) replaces 3347188, 519811, 62787, AH340984, EA340984, PS340984.

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I would like to replace the shaft seal on the transmission. Which way do you turn the seal (lip inside or outside) and how do you drive the seal in. I have purchased the seal. Thanks Don

Don H for Model Number 11029812


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I have gear oil underneath the washer. it seems to be slung out at the top ,close to the clutch housing. Also oil has been slung around the cabinet. Any help would greatly appreciated. I have lost anywhere from 4 - 5 tablespoons of oil -

Shadetree for Model Number 110.82984120


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I asked the previous question on this about the tranny oil leaking into the clothes. (yesterday) Is there a chance that the control switch could have caused this? The clothes were spun dry but there was no water in the tub. The agitator was moving a little but the basket was not spinning at the time. Every time the agitator would move just a little, the machine would go 'thunk'. Then the agitator would move back and the process would repeat all over again. It stopped when I pushed the knob in, but no matter where I set the dial, it would still just go thunk, thunk, thunk when I pulled the knob back out. So I just pushed the knob back in until the timer quit ticking, and the machine worked fine for about a week until It started leaking black grease from under the agitator. My A107 Maytag is still running fine after 40 years of use. How can this transmission be so sorry that it fails after 5 years?

Bud for Model Number mvwc400vw1 centennial washer with low hours 5 years old.


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I bought a new maytag centennial 5 years ago. it has had light use with no problems until a couple weeks ago i washed a light load and they had spun dry as usual, but machine was going thunk, thunk, thunk, and not spinning. No matter wher I put the dial, it did the same thing. So I let the timer run out. Then the machine worked as normal. Until the next week, when I got black grease on my clothes from under the agitator. Do I need to replace the agitator seal, or the top case shaft seal? I am an ex auto/motorcycle mechanic. How do I remove the transmission? I have seen the great video you have on removing the tub.

Bud for Model Number mvwc400vw1 centennial with low hours & easy use. 5 yrs old.


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I need to know what I need to repair a washer that wont spin, I know it looks like a big rubber band and it was all the way at the bottom of the washer, broke off.

Coco for Model Number 110.26732500


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I notice oil spots on clothes quite often. It seems to be coming from the washer. What might cause this?

Jerry for Model Number AX5133VW0


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