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Drive Belt - 51 inches long – Part Number: WP21352320
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Drive Belt - 51 inches long

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$17.56

Fix Number: FIX11738882

Manufacturer #: WP21352320

Manufactured by: Whirlpool

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Part description

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.

Works with the following brands

Norge, Magic Chef, Admiral, Maytag, Crosley, Amana, Hoover, Jenn-Air, International

Works with the following products

Washer

Fixes the following symptoms

Burning smell | Noisy | Spins slowly | Pumps but will not spin

Videos For installing this part.

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Average Repair Rating: 3.9 / 5.0, 21 reviews
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Customer:
Sharon from Rowlett, TX
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
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.
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Customer:
William from Big Spring, TX
Parts Used:
  • Drive Belt - 51 inches long
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Washer in spin cycle just stopped
no repair with the tub half empty tried to get it to fill up but no power then remembered the safety lock,when tub gets out of balance automaticly shuts down no power. Put level on top of washer and not level slightly off so leveled machine (top loader)moved the tube around and shut lid presto back to washing
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Customer:
Bill from Claysville, PA
Parts Used:
  • Drive Belt - 51 inches long
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Washer not spinning enough to expel all of water/ clothes to wet
tilt washer and support safely .belt is on bottom ,no panels to remove . roll old belt off ,roll on new one. lower washer ,re - position and your back in business .
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Customer:
James from Vienna, VA
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable)
Uneven grinding whirl sound during certain parts of the cycle
The first thing I did was to pull the clothes washer away from the wall far enough that I could access the back side. My model has a small 15 inch square access panel towards the bottom that allows one to access the interior where the wash basin, drive train, motor and pump are located. After watching a few of the very helpful fix it videos online, I also noted that the pulley and drive belt were located on the under side of the washer. So I oriented the washer away from the wall so I could lean it back and also take a look at the underside to inspect the belt. The sound that I was hearing was something between the noise you might hear from a car whose belt has gone bad, or the sound that a large rolling commercial cabinet with big caster wheels would make when its wheel bearings are shot. The later being more of a grinding noise where the former is more of a whirl or squeal type of noise. Based on what the sound reminded me of, I naturally was interested in any parts of the washer where there might be a belt and things that turn with bearing like parts. Upon inspection of the belt under the washer I noticed that the belt was delaminating in a small 1/2 inch section, which suggested that this was an easy diagnosis and fix - it needed to be replaced. However, the sound the clothes washer was making also had a hint of grinding that was uneven in nature, suggesting the real problem was more metal/mechanical in nature. I returned the washer to its upright position and ran a small load with the cover to the access panel off, so I could see the wash basin, drive train, motor and pump in action. I was particularly interested in seeing if I could more clearly identify where the grinding whirl sound was coming from and what part of the cycle it was being caused by. The sound happened at certain times which also provided some clues as to what might be causing it. After listening and watching a cycle through the access panel, I determined that the sound was not the motor and didn't seem to be associated with the drive train or the basin. All that was left was the drain pump. At this point, I returned the washer to its normal location and ordered both a drive belt and a new drain pump from this site. A few days later the parts showed up on my doorstep earlier than promised. I then returned to my washer and pulled it away from the wall again so I could easily access the back and the panel. I also positioned it so I could lean the washer far enough to access the under side where the belt is. The belt drive is made up of the motor, the basin drive train and the drain pump. That is to say that the motor spins a pulley to which the belt is attached, which in turn spins the basin pulley or the drain pump pulley depending on the direction the motor spins. The first thing you must do before you start poking around and removing anything is to unplug the unit from the wall. Don't be stupid and choose to die on a laundry room floor. Once unplugged, leaned the washer so I could remove the old belt. I recommend watching the belt video as it shows the technique for removing and installing the belt - it is super easy. Takes less than 20 seconds. Before installing my new belt, I leaned the washer back to the floor. The belt creates some tension on the drain pump since they are connected by way of the pulley under the washer. It is necessary to remove the belt before attempting to remove the drain pump. Removing the drain pump is slightly more difficult than the belt, but completely doable for most anybody. Again, I recommend watching the very helpful drain pump video offered online with this site. The hardest part is dealing with the hose clamps. Using an adjustable pliers you have to simultaneously pinch the clamp while sliding it up and off or over the hose. Once you do that you are half way there. You can then slide the hoses off the plastic pump inlet and outlet. I recommend making sure you have run a full cycle so that your basin is as drained as it possibly can be. My pump was working well enough to do this before I started the repair job. Even then, when you pull the hose off the inlet or outlet of the pump, you will have approximately 3-5 cups of water drain out of the hose. Not a big deal if you preposition a few towels around the base of the inlet and outlet of the pump. The second source of water is the water in the pump itself, which will spill a little as you start to remove the pump. To remove the pump you simply need to loosen three screws with a socket and driver. It can be a little awkward to get your tools in a position to loosen the screws, but there is enough room to do it. Once the screws are loose, you simply lift the pump off the floor and with it comes the drain pump pulley that the belt underneath is connected to. The next step is to install the new pump doing everything in reverse. Place the pump in the floor hole (new pump comes with new pulley), attac
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Customer:
Timothy from Woodhaven, MI
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable)
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.
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Customer:
Bruce from Mt. Juliet, TN
Parts Used:
  • Drive Belt - 51 inches long
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Cracked belt
Tilted washer on its side removed old belt and replaced with new belt Total time of repair less than 5 minutes
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Customer:
Samuel from Garrison, ND
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Loud grinding noise during spin cycle.
Just watch the video . The video is superior to the written instructions included with the parts. The parts are perfect, work just like the video indicates. The written instructions tell you to put everything together and then tells you how two parts should have been put together before they were installed. Also, to lube certain parts, after you have put it all together. So, read the instructions but pay attention to the video. Also the video is WAY better at explaining how to adjust the cams, which is dead simple, but hard to understand in the written instructions. Was very happy with how easy the job was overall, took as much time to unhook and hook the machine back up as it did to actually repair it.
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Customer:
Cecil & Jeannette from Fort Collins, CO
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Socket set
A loud screech followed by burned rubber smell stalled the drain pump. The outer drain pump bushing had failed.
We drained the wash tub and turned it on its' front. Turning each bottom pulley by hand soon revealed the drain pump pulley was frozen. The belt and rear panel were removed. The drain hoses were disconnected and three screws removed with a socket to remove the pump, which unlike some older models was easily accessible. Installation of the new part and belt required about 15 minutes to complete the repair.
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Customer:
Eric from Chatfield, MN
Parts Used:
  • Drive Belt - 51 inches long
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Loud squeeking, screeching sound during agitation cycle
Very simple repair...disconnected the power and turned off the water supply (have found those two don't mix well). Leaned the washer backwards far enough so I could get my arms and shoulders underneath enough to reach each part the belt looped around and simply unhooked the belt using the slack allowed by the water pump. Unhooked from all three wheels and restrung the new belt using the same slack allowed. Made sure to turn the wheels a few rotations to make sure the belt was properly seated, lowered the washer, plugged the power back in and turned the water back on. Easy as that.
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Customer:
Richard from Vandling, PA
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
Machine shook and walked
I followed the video which is great, the repair went smoothly and it fixed the problem.
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Customer:
Diana from ShowLow, AZ
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Pliers, Screw drivers
Noisy maching coming from the lower elements
I pulled the machine away from the wall, just enough to lean it back far enough to see the parts at the bottom of the unit. I rolled the belt from the big pulley, popped the dust cover from that pulley, removed the retainer clip, and the parts practically fell to a paper towel. replace them in reverse without any problem. Although I unplugged the machine, I did not remove the water hoses or drain line as sufficient room was available with the machine leaned against the wall.
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Customer:
Randy from Fullerton, CA
Parts Used:
  • Drive Belt - 51 inches long
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Burning belt. Water would not drain completely. Spin cycle slow.
Unplugged washer, tilted it to the left and leaned it against wall enough to safely roll the old belt off the three pullies on the bottom of washer. Replaced it by rolling the new belt onto the pullies. The pully at the top right corner when the machine is tilted adjusts to install the belt. Done.
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Customer:
RONALD from METAIRIE, LA
Parts Used:
  • Drive Belt - 51 inches long
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Noise
Lean washer back work old belt off and install belt by rotating on pulley.
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Customer:
Mack from Selma, NC
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers
Water pump bearing was bad.
Ensure machine was empty and unplugged. Remove small access panel on back of washer. Tilt washer to remove belt. Remove the 2 hose clamps on pump. Remove the 3 mechine screws. Install in reverse order and install belt onto new pump.
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Customer:
Gerald from Broomfield, CO
Parts Used:
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
More than 2 hours
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable), Wrench set
Slow spin and clicking sound
Purchase new washer it was the transmission that was clicking, finally froze up when I got the spin cycle to run like new. Also the snubber ring and springs where replaced that made the spin balance get back to new. Thanks for the videos they where a great help.
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Model Cross Reference

This part works with the following models:

Fix Number: FIX11738882
Manufacturer Part Number: WP21352320
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6440A REV K
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