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Tub Dampening Strap
Fix Number FIX271100
Manufacturer Part Number WH1X2727
This is a single tub dampening strap for a washer. It is recommended to replace all 4 tub dampening straps at the same time, to ensure even wear. This part supports the tub and minimizes vibration by keeping it centered in the cabinet. If you notice loud banging or excessive vibration, this could be due to an off-balanced tub caused by a worn or damaged tub dampening strap. While inspecting this part, also check that the tub itself is not damaged where the straps mount. This manufacturer-approved replacement part is black in color and measures 5.875-inches by 0.625-inches.
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Installation Instructions
Leslie from ROCKY FORD, CO
my washer would bang when it changed from wash to spin.
Step 1 unhooked the power. Step 2 unlatch the front panel. Step 3 remove the three screws holding the control panel in place. Move the panel to the right and fold it back over the back of the washer out of the way. Step 4 remove the two screws in front holding the top in place. raise the top slightly and unlatch the switch and slide it out of the top. Remove the top and set aside. Step 5 remove the screws holding both ends of the straps and replace the straps with the new ones. To get the back ones the tub has to be moved over to gain access. It is easier to install the rear straps first, that way the tub will move more. Reassemble in reverse order paying attention to the position of the latches for the front panel so they line up with the slots and latch correctly. After assembly is complete check the tub for level. Read more...
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Drain Hose
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Fix Number FIX890597
Manufacturer Part Number WH41X10096
This is a genuine OEM drain hose for your top-load washing machine. It is made with a flexible and corrugated black material, and measures 57-inches in length. The purpose of the drain hose is to move the water out of your washer and into the drain. Over time the drain hose can become cracked or damaged, which will result in water leaking onto your laundry room floor. Replacing this part is an easy repair and should not require any tools, as it is considered a friction fit. You will need to have access to the back of your washer in order to complete this repair.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Fills and drains at the same time
  • Leaking
  • Will not drain
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Installation Instructions
Jill from East Falmouth, MA
drain hose had sprung a leak
Simply unscrewed the hose clip, swapped out the damaged hose and then screwed the hose clip back in place. Easy fix and the part came in 2 days. Much better than the $150 estimate that I was given by an appliance repair man. Read more...
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D-Shaped Knob Clip
Fix Number FIX268493
Manufacturer Part Number WH01X10106
This clip fits inside the control knobs for your laundry machines, and helps to securely fasten the knob to the shaft, which allows you to easily turn the knob to select the correct settings. This is a genuine OEM part that is made of metal, designed to fit onto a D-shaped shaft, and is sold individually. If the control knob has become loose, or it is difficult to select settings, the clip may need to be replaced. Needle nose pliers may be required to either remove the clip from the shaft, or to pull it out of the knob. The new clip can simply be inserted into the control knob.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Shuts off too soon
  • Timer will not advance
  • Will not shut off
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Installation Instructions
KERY from PAOLA, KS
Dryer knob was cracked and would not turn the timer.
Super easy...just pulled off the cracked knob and replaced with the new knob. Read more...
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Tub Seal
Fix Number FIX4704237
Manufacturer Part Number WH02X10383
If your washer is leaking when it is filling or agitating, you may need to replace the tub seal. The tub seal is found between the transmission and the outer tub in your washing machine. This genuine OEM part serves as the main water seal between the outer tub and the transmission shaft. Another sign that the tub seal has failed is if grease marks are being left on your laundry or if the machine is noisy while operating. This repair is on the more difficult side, as you need to disassemble most of your washer in order to replace the tub seal. If you are not comfortable with this, you may want to call a qualified professional to install this part for you. Be sure to disconnect the power and water supply to your washer before beginning this repair.
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Installation Instructions
Joe from Chillicothe, MO
Leaking & very Noisy
Watched the Video took parts off one by one got as far as the nut there there had a problem with it had to soak it in W D 40 then was able to get it off needed to buy a new Nut split ring broke when i took it off but i have ordered the parts a head of time all of the main parts were rusted bearings ,hub washer,so it was a good thing i got all of the main parts the belt was starting to show wear. got a new one but as for the loud noise I found that the Transmission bearing went bad so ill have to get a new one. The job was not all that hard the nut was the main problem the seal was a bit hard to get off so i the whole tub out of the Machine had it upside down and put a screw driver thru hole and pop it out that way the tub bearing was the same way flip tub over a pop it out from the front when seal was out found it works better that way then the way it shows in the Video put a little liquid of soap around edge of seal it goes on much better Hope all this helps you out Read more...
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Agitator Coupling Kit
Fix Number FIX1517844
Manufacturer Part Number WH49X10042
This genuine OEM part is an agitator coupling kit for your washing machine. Also known as an agitator drive belt, this part is used to connect the transmission drive shaft to the base of the agitator. Over time, the teeth on the coupler will wear out and the part will need to be replaced. Signs that you will need to replace this part include your washing machine making a noisy grinding sound, the washer will not agitate or spin, and it excessively shakes or moves while running. This kit includes a coupler, gasket, and bolt. Please be sure to disconnect the power supply to your washer before beginning this repair.
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Installation Instructions
Richard from Menifee, CA
Agitator stopped working
Remove agitator by pulling upwards allowing it to seperate from the coupling. Once agitator was removed the coupling was exposed. There is a 11mm bolt on the top of the coupling. Remove the bolt then remove the coupling by lifting it straight up. When the old coupling is removed, clean the spline with a wire brush removing debris and calcium build up. Once spline is clean, slide on new coupling and secure with new coupling bolt. Once new coupling is installed and secure, reconnect the agitator by sliding it over the coupling and pushing down. Read more...
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Timer Knob Clip
Fix Number FIX270835
Manufacturer Part Number WH1X2117
This plastic clip is a genuine OEM part, used to help connect the timer knob to the shaft on your washer. If the clip has become damaged it will need to be replaced. The clip is found on the backside of the timer knob, and if the clip has become damaged the knob may not stay in place or advance through the settings. To do this repair you may need a pair of needle nose pliers to remove the old clip and to ensure the new one is securely in place.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Timer will not advance
  • Touchpad does not respond
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
Samuel from Phoenix, AZ
timer dial not positioned. Know cogs kworn
Removed holding clip. Pulled knob off. Removed dial. reversed procedure to repair. Very easy Read more...
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Tub Bearing Washer
Fix Number FIX271509
Manufacturer Part Number WH2X1197
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Joe from Chillicothe, MO
Leaking & very Noisy
Watched the Video took parts off one by one got as far as the nut there there had a problem with it had to soak it in W D 40 then was able to get it off needed to buy a new Nut split ring broke when i took it off but i have ordered the parts a head of time all of the main parts were rusted bearings ,hub washer,so it was a good thing i got all of the main parts the belt was starting to show wear. got a new one but as for the loud noise I found that the Transmission bearing went bad so ill have to get a new one. The job was not all that hard the nut was the main problem the seal was a bit hard to get off so i the whole tub out of the Machine had it upside down and put a screw driver thru hole and pop it out that way the tub bearing was the same way flip tub over a pop it out from the front when seal was out found it works better that way then the way it shows in the Video put a little liquid of soap around edge of seal it goes on much better Hope all this helps you out Read more...
$72.92
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Dual Action Agitator
Fix Number FIX1482519
Manufacturer Part Number WH43X10034
This does not come with the fabric dispenser - must order separately or use original part.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Marks left on clothes
  • Noisy
  • Pumps but will not spin
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Installation Instructions
Richard from MINDEN, NE
agitator fins broke off,replaced agitator
removed idem replaced with same product...very simple Read more...
$14.84
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V-Style Drive Belt
Fix Number FIX270803
Manufacturer Part Number WH1X2026
Fixes these symptoms
  • Burning smell
  • Noisy
  • Pumps but will not spin
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Installation Instructions
Todd from Columbus, OH
Washer would agitate but not spin
I figured it was the clutch since the washer would agitate so it wasn't the switch. New clutch and belt was delivered by parts elect in 4 days. Amazing! If you're doing this job always replace the belt even if the old one looks good. The four screws holding the motor were not very tight so maybe that's why the clutch broke. I removed those nuts and then the belt. Had to puzzle the motor out. First tilt back then out. I don't see how you could remove the clutch without taking out the motor assembly. I trashed the retaining clip removing it but the new clutch came with one so no worries. I used a crowbar to gently pursade the clutch off the spindle. Cleaned up the slightly rusted spindle with some 600 grit paper. Gave it a little waterproof grease and slid the clutch on then the retaining clip. Puzzled the motor back in and used the crowbar for a little leverage to tighten the belt then tightened those four screws. I will check those screws in a few weeks. Pretty easy. Although the wife wanted a new front loader, this cheap fix should last many years. One fault in this washer is that water splashes a bit inside while agitating. No way to stop that so it is doomed to rust internally eventually. I was very impressed with parts elect website in diagnosing the problem. Read more...
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Split Ring
Fix Number FIX1766022
Manufacturer Part Number WH02X10265
This split ring is two inches in diameter.
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Installation Instructions
Joe from Chillicothe, MO
Leaking & very Noisy
Watched the Video took parts off one by one got as far as the nut there there had a problem with it had to soak it in W D 40 then was able to get it off needed to buy a new Nut split ring broke when i took it off but i have ordered the parts a head of time all of the main parts were rusted bearings ,hub washer,so it was a good thing i got all of the main parts the belt was starting to show wear. got a new one but as for the loud noise I found that the Transmission bearing went bad so ill have to get a new one. The job was not all that hard the nut was the main problem the seal was a bit hard to get off so i the whole tub out of the Machine had it upside down and put a screw driver thru hole and pop it out that way the tub bearing was the same way flip tub over a pop it out from the front when seal was out found it works better that way then the way it shows in the Video put a little liquid of soap around edge of seal it goes on much better Hope all this helps you out Read more...

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