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Transmission Pulley and Bearing Kit
Fix Number FIX2003651
Manufacturer Part Number 12002213
Also known as Thrust Bearing Kit. This kit includes the pulley, washer, thrust bearing, 2 upper race washers and 1 lower race washer. These parts are NOT available separately - they are ONLY available in this kit. A worn bearing causes slow or no spin.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Burning smell
  • Noisy
  • Pumps but will not spin
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Installation Instructions
Ralph from Oakland, CA
Pump had stop displacing water at spin cycle
Facing washer placed it on right side exposing underneath. Pump and transmission bearing items are accessible from this position. Followed step by step instructions contained with each part. Placed unit upright,supplied power and ran smallest allowed cycle to test. Unit works like new. Actually spin drys better,dryer clothes which works our older dryer less. Great tune-up and should give us several more years of service. Read more...
$11.61
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Snubber Ring
Fix Number FIX11738845
Manufacturer Part Number WP21002026
This snubber ring fits washers and is located between the leg and dome assembly. The ring has a diameter of 9 inches. It is used to reduce noise and vibration for stability when the washer is operating. If your washer shakes a lot and makes loud noises, then it is best to replace this part to solve your problem. The tools required for this repair are: short flathead screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, Philips screwdriver, 1/4 inch nut driver, 5/16 inch nut driver, 3/8 nut driver, ratchet with extension, putty knife, locking pliers, slip joint pliers, and 3/8 inch socket.
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  • Noisy
  • Pumps but will not spin
  • Shakes and moves
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Installation Instructions
Brandon from Keller, TX
Washer would run and agitate but would not spin.
Prior to the spin cycle not working, the washer would make a loud screeching noise when the spin cycle would stop. I wasn't sure if there was a problem with the break rotor or some bearing was out. Due to the washer's age, I decided to go ahead and replace the pulley, brake rotor, motor pivot spring and snubber ring components.
I began by unplugging the unit first, securing the lid with duct tape and laying the washer on its front face. I removed the belt and transmission pulley per instructions contained in the replacement kit. Mainly consists of popping the "E" ring off with a screwdriver. Once the pulley was off, I stood the washer upright and to access and remove tub. Having the tub out made it easier to compress the brake spring when re-attaching the brake stator. Removing the tub is easy, I just popped off the tub cover and tilted the tub around to ease the tension and remove the bottom springs with pliers (this may require an assistant). With the tub removed, I turned it over to remove the brake stator. USE CAUTION WHEN REMOVING THE BRAKE STATOR. A 200 LB BRAKE SPRING IS UNDER IT AND IS UNDER TENSION. With the new brake rotor and brake stator secured, I replaced the snubber ring and motor pivot spring. I put it all back together in reverse order and it spun like a top, is quieter and stops on a dime!
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$68.51
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Drain Pump with Pulley
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Fix Number FIX11741799
Manufacturer Part Number WP35-6465
This pump has 2 ports. This pump helps expel water from the washing machine and is activated after the spin speed is maintained for a specific period of time.
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Rod from Scottsdale, AZ
Water leaking from pump
Tip washer onto front. Remove drive belt fro pump pulley. Remove 4 screws holding access panel surrounding the drain hose. Slide spring clamps back on to the 2 hoses. Remove 3 bolts holding pump. Reverse steps to reassemble. Read more...
$18.52
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Drive Belt - 51 inches long
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Fix Number FIX11738882
Manufacturer Part Number WP21352320
This V-style drive belt is about 51" long and 3/8" wide. This part is made to slip on the motor pulley to bring the basket up to the speed required and this makes the belt encounter wear and tear.
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Sharon from Rowlett, TX
The pulley from the motor broke. It cause the belt to stretch.
A burn smell was coming out from the bottom of the washer. I followed the instructions in the video. It was so easy. I have to add that I am a 45 year old woman. If I can do it anybody can! Thank you so much you saved me about 300 hundred dollars. My husband wanted to buy a new one. Read more...
$121.25
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Hub and Seal Kit
Fix Number FIX2349020
Manufacturer Part Number W10219156
This kit prevents water from leaking around the drive shaft and down to the bottom of the tub.
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Nicky from Llano, TX
Very Loud Spin Cycle and Water Leaking
This probably would have taken 1 to 2 hrs. if the washer was not as old. The agitator was stuck and required a puller to remove it. The bolts holding the inner stainless basket to the hub were rusted and would not come out. I had to drill out 2 of them and use an ease-out. The last bolt would not budge, I had to cut it out. The replacement was pretty easy with the hub and seal kit. I also replaced the lower bearing. Washer is now as quiet as new. Read more...
$7.76
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Hose Clamp
Fix Number FIX11743008
Manufacturer Part Number WP596669
This washing machine hose clamp extends from half an inch to an inch in diameter. It is made entirely of metal and is intended for use with Maytag brand washing machines.
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Albert from Unadilla, NY
noticed water was leaking in front of washer-right before we were leaving for vacation
Upon returning from vacation, we needed to do laundry-so I put some plastic under the washer and we did a load. The water was leaking from the seam between the lid and the back panel on the side with the hot and cold water connections- not the front. I removed two screws from the front bottom panel and two screws from the underside of the lid.Turning the washer on showed the leak was coming from the injection valve( it was brittle from age). The rubber injection valve was replaced and installed( using a little liquid soap to help the rubber hose to slip over the rubber injection valve) with a new clamp. The leak was fixed. Read more...
$8.71
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Lid Hinge
Fix Number FIX11741780
Manufacturer Part Number WP35-2044
This lid hinge in an inch and a half long and is used for some washing machines. It is all white in color and it is made entirely of plastic.
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  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
Timothy from Woodhaven, MI
Washer pump was broken, making loud continuous noise.
First, make the back of the washer accessable. Second, remove 4 screws holding the plate cover in left rear of washer. Third, use adjustable pliers to remove both hoses. Fourth, use a 10mm socket, and remove the three hold down screws at the base of the water pump. The belt tension will release automatically, when the pump is unbolted. Fifth, reverse same steps. Last, tip the washer forward, and place belt on the transmission pulley and the motor pulley. The motor itself is adjustable with spring tension, allowing you to move the motor itself, while placing the belt on the water pump pulley. When you allow the spring tension of the motor to spring back in place, your belt will be tight. Place water pump cover (access panel) back in place. Your washer is ready to be used. Read more...
$10.76
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Hose Clamp
Fix Number FIX11740613
Manufacturer Part Number WP285655
This hose clamp is sold individually.
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David from Middletown, PA
Slight leak in tub drain hose
Unplug unit from electrical outlet. Remove two Phillips screws in bottom of front cover. Swing front cover up and off the washer. Loosen both hose clamps. Place a large rag (or several paper towels) around base of hose where it connects to the water pump. Gently loosen bottom of hose from water pump and remove. Gently loosen top of hose from tub drain and remove. Slide new hose top onto tub drain. Slip both new clamps onto hose (lower clamp screw should be on the inside of the hose so that there is no interference with rotating parts). Slide new hose bottom onto water pump. Tighten both clamps snuggly. Re-install front cover. Plug unit back in. Read more...
$14.19
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Lid Hinge Pin
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Fix Number FIX11741781
Manufacturer Part Number WP35-2045
This lid hinge pin is just over an inch long. It is all white in color and is made entirely of plastic. Sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
  • Timer will not advance
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Installation Instructions
Timothy from Woodhaven, MI
Washer pump was broken, making loud continuous noise.
First, make the back of the washer accessable. Second, remove 4 screws holding the plate cover in left rear of washer. Third, use adjustable pliers to remove both hoses. Fourth, use a 10mm socket, and remove the three hold down screws at the base of the water pump. The belt tension will release automatically, when the pump is unbolted. Fifth, reverse same steps. Last, tip the washer forward, and place belt on the transmission pulley and the motor pulley. The motor itself is adjustable with spring tension, allowing you to move the motor itself, while placing the belt on the water pump pulley. When you allow the spring tension of the motor to spring back in place, your belt will be tight. Place water pump cover (access panel) back in place. Your washer is ready to be used. Read more...
$10.17
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Leveling Leg and Pad
Fix Number FIX11740563
Manufacturer Part Number WP25001119
This part includes locknut.
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Installation Instructions
Johnny from Arnold, MD
Unbalanced Washer
I popped open the top lid, took out one top screw on either side of the front panel, took the front panel off and set it aside, then unscrewed the leveling legs and pad on either side of the washer. I used a flashlight to help me see better. Once the old legs were off I screwed the new legs in, adjusted the leveling nut on each to where the washer was level, replaced the front panel, screwed the two top screws back into place and then firmly pressed the top lid back into place. Much simpler than I had thought. Read more...

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