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EIFLS55IIW0 Electrolux Washer

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$24.48
This screw is designed to fit washers and dryers. Refer to the diagram provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions and accurate application of screw in your tool.
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This is a screw and it is used with a variety of home appliances. It is less than 1/2 an inch long, and is #8-18 x 3/8. This part is a pan head, sheet metal, screw. It is made of metal.
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Sold individually.
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$211.34
Also known as Door Boot Seal.
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$16.51
This part is the replacement screw for your washer. The head is approximately inch in diameter and the screw is approximately 3/4 inch in length. It is made of metal and is sold individually. This is...
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This water inlet valve works with washers
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Also known as Outer Lens.
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Lid or door won’t close
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Leaking
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Shakes and moves
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Will not stop filling with water
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Will not drain
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Lid or door will not open
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  • Customer:
    Karen from Birchwood, WI
  • Parts Used:
    137440406
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
Detergent dispenser drawer would not stay closed
Removed old drawer and replaced it with new one. This is the second drawer assembly I have purchased in 6 months. This piece of junk must be a cash cow for Electrolux. If they would make the small latch out of metal instead of plastic, there would be no problem. But that might cost an additional $ .007 per washer. On the positive side, partselect.com had the part and delivered it promptly.
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  • Customer:
    Michelle from Loves Park, IL
  • Parts Used:
    134616100
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
Original bellow had 2 largish holes in the upper left quadrant; random leaking.
Bought new part. #1 Lesson learned: Always inspect the actual part number of the ordered/received part. Verify with number marked on the item somewhere. We did not do this and turned out we reinstalled a slightly smaller bellow (wrong part number received in shipment). We were able to fully install it but it was minutely not laying perfectly around the diameter. So minor we did not notice. We did have great difficulty installing though. Anyway, after 1st test run, bellow already had developed a small hole in bottom right quadrant from rubbing on the drum. Left a bunch of gray powdery debris on the drum too. We did not realize error until that point. Took bellow off again to verify part number on it. It was wrong. That explained why the door was so very tight to close and difficult to open. Other than all that, use the video to do the install. It was free to view and easy to follow.
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  • Customer:
    Paul from DAYTON, OH
  • Parts Used:
    134937300
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
Broken door latch
First, I went to the PartSelect website and easily found the part at a reasonable price. I ordered it early on a Wednesday afternoon, and gladly spent the extra $25 to ship it overnight. That evening, PartSelect sent me an email stating that the part had shipped that very day, and - mistakenly - I took that literally. FedEx tracking predicted that the part would arrive on Friday, July 5, which made sense because the 4th was a holiday.
But I found out that the part had actually shipped on the 3rd, as the email had informed me. It didn't actually ship until the 4th - up until then, a "shipping label" had been created but it had not shipped. FedEx then revised their arrival date to Monday, 8 July.
That clearly wasn't satisfactory. So I went to my local parts distributor, Dayton Appliance Parts, a fifteen-minute drive from my house, and got the same part for $3 cheaper, plus without the $25 shipping fee that PartSelect had charged me for overnight-shipping-that-isn't-actually-overnight-shipping.
Once I had the part in hand, installation was a breeze. Two screws removed, pulled the striker, replaced the new part and the screws. Less than two minutes.
But no thanks to PartSelect.
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