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Whirlpool Direct Drive Washer Motor Coupling

Part Number: AP3963893
MFG Part Number: 285753A
Made by: Whirlpool
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New design! Re-enforced with metal sleeves. The coupler is located between motor and transmission. Replaces all previous versions. Fits ALL Whirlpool, Kenmore, Roper and KitchenAid direct drive washers (no belt).

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

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Part Number 285753A (AP3963893) replaces 285753, 1195967, 280152, 285140, 285743, 3352470, 3363664, 3364002, 3364003, 62672, 62693, 661560, 80008, 8559748, AH1485646, EA1485646, PS1485646.

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Whirlpool washer direct drive motor coupling had gone bad and washer was not spinning or agitating Aaron P. • Fort Meade, MD • July 26, 2014
Appliance: Whirlpool Washer LSQ9110KQ1

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The washing machine would not spin clothes Carl F. • Rochester, NY • March 10, 2015

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Broken motor coupling Ron M. • Magna, UT • March 16, 2014

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How to Replace Whirlpool Direct Drive Washer Motor Coupling #285753A

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Whirlpool Direct Drive Washer Motor Coupling #285753A for Washer, Washer Dryer Combo made by Whirlpool, Roper, Kenmore, Maytag, Estate, Crosley. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Good afternoon, i have a similar problem to David as the drum wont spin just makes a spinning sound, drains as normal, could a part that causes the motor to spin be bad or the motor itself?

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Hi, I replaced the motor coupling on my Roper washing machine about six weeks ago and it stopped spinning yesterday, is there anything I should look for that may cause this problem other than a faulty part?

William H. for Model Number ROPER WASHING MACH

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I have a Kenmore washing machine- model number 80 series 23822100 type 111. Bought Nov.11, 2002. During agitating and spinning it is making a whining sound. It spins and drains. Can you tell me what could be causing this and how does one remove the agitator. There isn't a slot on the screw looking medal head which I can see in the center,about an inch from the top of the start of the agitator, down in the inside. Does this model have a drive belt. THANKS!

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==> Current, ongoing issue: During wash cycle (WC), bottom agitator (BA) cycles back-n-forth normally but top agitator (TA) doesn't move or barely moves. Spin cycle and all other operations appear normal. All testing done with empty washer at lowest water setting. ==> Repairs attempted as per chat advice: (1) Originally the TA could be manually moved in both directions. Part #285809 (Short cam agitator repair kit) was replaced and TA would only move in one direction (normal, ratcheting behavior). However, the ongoing issue remained. (2) Replacing parts #358237 and #3951744 (agitator bolt and full agitator assembly) had zero effect; ongoing issue remained. ==> Other observations (don't know whether important or not): (1) With WC not engaged and no water in tub, I can simulate normal TA action by rapidly rotating the BA back-n-forth at least several inches each way. If I only move it 1-2 inches each way, it acts like it does now. This makes me suspect that the transmission shaft isn't being moved far enough in each direction. (2) First caught my attention last week when I noticed a sudden change in sound during a WC; nothing dramatic like grinding or clunking, just a higher-pitched whine/hum than before. No smells or anything else of note. (3) When WC engaged but lid open, I can move the BA about 1" of play in either direction (was told during chat this is normal) (4) clearance between BA and tub: can barely get fingers in past nails on one side, but on opposite side can get all the way in to 2nd knuckles. (5) Five months ago, agitation was fine but tub wouldn't move during spin cycle. Replacing #285785 (clutch assembly) resolved that issue.

Ron for Model Number WTW5700SW0

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Washer will spin out a light load of clothes, a heavier load does not spin as fast and does not get all the water out.

Bruce for Model Number ghw9100lw1

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The washer does not spin or agitate. I found parts of the coupling under the washer so that part is confirmed. Additional concern is an oily substance leaking from the bottom of the machine. I suspect fluid from the gear box. What fluid goes in it? Is there a reseal kit. Is the gear box or transmission expensive?

Dave for Model Number Kenmore model 110

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