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Outer Tub

Part Number: AP5306816
MFG Part Number: W10193886
Made by: Whirlpool
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Outer tub includes tub seal and bearings.

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Tub Or Basket.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10193886 (AP5306816) replaces W10128830, 8579508, 2024974, 8572660, AH3501622, EA3501622, PS3501622.

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The bearings in the drive shaft were bad causing a loud noise in spin cycle Gerald F. • Endwell, NY • July 22, 2014
Appliance: Model WHIRLPOOL

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Very very loud during spin cycle (bad bearing in outer tub) Ray B. • Hudsonville, MI • August 24, 2014

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Whirlpool cabrio washer bearings shot machine 3yrs old Pat S. • Pawling, NY • June 13, 2014
Appliance: Model WTW7800XWO

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Does the outer tub include the bearing assembly? Is anything connected/included with this part? I'm getting a louder and louder noise on the spin cycle and most DIYs posts point to this part. AP4316595

Rick for Model Number whirlpool cabrio

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I have water leaking water under the outer tub only when it fills up with water and starts agitating reverse and forward,could this be leaking water through the bearing & seal on the outer tub?

Gordon G for Model Number WTW6600SW2

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Our washer has been making a loud noise during the spin cycle and then stopped working. I took the Stator apart and it looked good. When I put it back together it worked fine for a while and now it's loud again and has stopped working altogether. I'm guessing from the other questions I need to replace the outer tub with seal and bearings but for this model is that correct?

Brandon for Model Number MVWB750WQ0

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During spin cycle washer is very loud. Bearings need to be replaced. Don't understand why the outer tub needs to be replaced as well. Could you please explain why the tub needs replaced as well. Thank you.

Dan for Model Number Maytag #MVWB450WQ0 Bravos

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Washer makes loud noise on spin cycle and gives a UL code and stops. Unable to get it to balance.

Quinn for Model Number WTW6800WW1

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Wondering which is the better option for Cabrio tub bearing failure? 1. Get a whole new outer tub with the bearings, seals and shaft already pressed in for ~$200. Or..... 2. Get the bearing kit and tool kit [ one time use ] for about the same money and risk the bearing and seal not seating properly. Seems like the whole tub is a better safer deal although more work to R&R... Any thoughts appreciated. Thank You

Bill D for Model Number WTW6600SW1 ( I think )

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