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Part Number: AP4372772
MFG Part Number: W10219148
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 Gearcase.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10219148 (AP4372772) replaces 27001039, 1482425, AH2349016, EA2349016, PS2349016.

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Washer seems to run well until it gets to high speed spin cycle, then becomes very very loud and tub shakes. Found 2 brake pads broken, replaced all 3 and put new belt on. No change. Is the transmission going bad?

Chuck for Model Number NAV3330EWW

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My e clip broke on transmission shaft. I replaced it and got my agitator to work but my drum does not turn.

Liz for Model Number MDG6657BWQ

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The drum is very hard to turn clockwise but spins very easy counterclockwise. Would it be the transmission or brake?

Jennifer for Model Number amana washing machine nav6800aww

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When the washer is washing, does the tub spins or remains in a stationary position?

Praiman Sookar for Model Number sav5910eww

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My washer when it is on the cycle spin there is a sound underneath and the belt spins, but the washer's agitator doesn't move.

Julie for Model Number sav5910aww

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I replaced tub seal kit, new lower bearing in milk stool, transmission and a new belt. After installing all the above the pulley does not release the brake to spin nor does the pulley go down to engage the Helix. I removed the motor and checked the motor rpm with a digital tach for rpm and also for the correct direction depending. I thought maybe the brake was too tight to see if would at least spin so I sprayed the brake rotoe with spray silicone but that did not nelp. I also removed the pulley and helix to inspect and they are fine. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Phil

Jphilardis for Model Number sav4655aww

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