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Part Number: AP4373406
MFG Part Number: 6-2097790
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 Gearcase and Washer Gearcase.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 6-2097790 (AP4373406) replaces 22002127, 1480335, 2-6625, 2-6708, 206625, 206708, 22002375, 2206449, AH2347240, EA2347240, PS2347240, Y2206449.

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Hi, Maytag mat12csaaw orbital transmission lost oil. How much oil to fill it? Thank you for help. Witold

Witold for Model Number mat12csaaw washer

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It is 21 years old. It will not agitate once it has filled w/ water and the pump runs. I tried changing the belts, because a lot of black stuff was coming off of them. Now with the new belts on, you can smell burning rubber occasionally.

Mark for Model Number A5000

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My agitator does not work. I have replaced both belts however it still does not agitate. It works just fine in the spin cycle. However, it does not agitate in the rinse cycle. My timing is fine as well. Is my transmission gone?

Carol C for Model Number LA190

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As a follow up to my earlier question, the bearing may be my problem, and therefore, I will need to replace it. If you think that is the problem and moving the motor will not fix it, should I replace the bearing along with the transmission? If that is the case, considering the expense and time, should I tell my wife we need a new machine?

Jerry B. for Model Number Maytag washer, model LA712

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I have a 28 year old Maytag model LA712 that my wife wants to keep. The transmission fluid leaked out 15 years ago & a Maytag repairman told me back then that it's not worth fixing and we should buy a new one. I think a little still leaks out now and then. Now, 15 years later the machine still works, but after changing the 2 belts (pump & drive), it sometimes will not spin. I can get it to spin if I push & hold the motor towards the outside (thereby stretching & tightening the belts). When it starts spinning, I let go & it continues to spin. Is it time to replace the transmission or should I try moving the motor a little to the outside thereby stretching & tightening the belts? Right now the motor starts to move slightly when I totally pinch the pump belt together.

Jerry B for Model Number Maytag LA712

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What type of lubrication goes in the orbital transmission and how much goes in and how do you put it in?

Mik for Model Number A5000 matag washing machine

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