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Fix Number FIX11704964
Manufacturer Part Number 00647920
Fix Number FIX8727257
Manufacturer Part Number 00610643Sold individually.
Fix Number FIX8696040
Manufacturer Part Number 00154740
Fix Number FIX8714285
Manufacturer Part Number 00428210
Fix Number FIX11704881
Manufacturer Part Number 00634207
Fix Number FIX12712379
Manufacturer Part Number 00637399
Cold Water Inlet Valve
Fix Number FIX8713229
Manufacturer Part Number 00422244
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gary from GOLD HILL, NC
Showed an E2 code which could mean door lock problemor wiring connector (but) if I opened and shut the door the code went off and the unit went into Max spin and completed the cycle which emptied the remaining water out of the tub and the clothes!!!! Unplug the washer. Turn the H/C water valves off at the wall. Place a bucket up to the back of the unit. A pair of channel locks will help remove the H/C lines from the unit. Let the hose flow into the bucket. 2 star screws upper? L/R corners of the top, remove. Top slides back, lift up and take off. The cold in let will have 2 sm hoses with clamps. Squeeze the clamps together with your pliers and slide back on the hoses and pull the hoses off the nipples. The wiring connector has a small tab u push and it disconnects from the unit. The inlet valves have a tab to the side of the hose connector that u pry up with your screwdriver to unlock it so u can push the inlet free and pull out into to drum area. ( Reverse all of this and your good to go.) Hot outlet, same deal!! Easy job, $50 & 1hr fix even if you aren't a tech!!!! Read more...
Fix Number FIX8726485
Manufacturer Part Number 00605694
Washer Door Boot Gasket
Fix Number FIX8704512
Manufacturer Part Number 00361127This door boot is for washers. Door boot forms a seal between the wash tub and the door, preventing leaks.