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Tub Seal Assembly

Part Number: AP4009444
MFG Part Number: 12001598
Made by: Whirlpool
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Includes bearing, housing tub seal, and screws.

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

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Part Number 12001598 (AP4009444) replaces 21001515, 400572, AH2003172, EA2003172, PS2003172.

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Washer has started making a load clunking / thumping noise during the wash cycle. Does not do it during the spin cycle. Removed front panel and listened... doesnt seem to be from pump or motor. Sounds like coming from below the tub. Removed belt and rotated each pulley... no noticeable grinding or binding. Even removed the agitator and ran wash cycle... still has load noise. Could this be the thrust bearing? or more likely the transmission? Thanks.

Seamcg for Model Number MAVT734EWW


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I have the front panel off and as the washer fills, within a minute or two it starts leaking from underneath around the metal support that holds the outer tub. This happened suddenly with no warning. The one thing puzzling is that the center bolt that hold the agitator, keeps coming loose...could this be related? Do you agree that this is a tub seal problem? Will I need any special tools? Thanks very much!

Juan for Model Number MAV6300AWW


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I have a Maytag Ensignia. I have gotten to the bearing that has 4 bolts and is cast aluminum with a bearing. I'm trying to remove this bearing. Is this part threaded or is the bearing just seized to the shaft?

Jerry for Model Number MAG9657EWQ


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My washer started leaking from the edges of the outer tub, but only during the spin cycle. Does not leak during the agitate cycle. Not sure which of the many washers I should purchase. Also, I took the four bolts out of the inner tub, but it will not come out of the outer tub. Very tight around the shaft. Is there a trick to removing, and do I need to do so in order to replace washers and replace the leak? Thanks.

Flyfishingguy for Model Number Maytag model MAV5057AWW


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How do i remove the plastic (Bearing Housing) housing that is outside (on top) of the transmission? I need to replace the worn bearing. The housing is circular looks like a space ship...no screws showing on the surface.....but on parts diagram for tub seal it shows holes ...for screws on inside? Do i just pry this off top of transmission with a wedge?

Phil for Model Number mav7600aww


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Hello, I have a Maytag Atlantis Washer model MAV7260BWW, when its in the washing cycle it makes a very loud noise that it hasn't done before I think its the tub bearing. what do you think it is?

Cecilia for Model Number MAV7260BWW


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