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Parts Number – 285753A
This washer motor coupler parts kit is used for some beltless direct drive washers. The coupler is a three-piece component, consisting of (2) drive plates and (1) rubber bushing. These OEM replacement parts are the new and improved version of the older style coupler, both of the drive plates have an added metal shaft sleeve for extra durability. The motor coupler is used between the washer motor and the transmission. One of the drive plates is used on the motor shaft and the other drive plate is used on the transmission shaft, with the rubber bushing being between both of the plates. The most common symptoms of a broken washer motor coupler are, the washer’s tub will fill with water and drain the water, but it will not agitate or spin the wash basket. You might see small pieces of black rubber on the floor under the washer, this indicates a worn-out rubber coupler bushing. You will need to tilt the washer back just enough to be able to see it.
Part Number – 285805
Water inlet valve. Comes with a metal support bracket, this water inlet valve is located on the backside of your washing machine, it has two hoses connecting to it that lead to the water supply faucets mounted in the wall, one hot water line and one cold water line. You will need to lift the lid of the washer to gain access to the inlet valve to replace it. Make sure that you unplug the washer and turn both hot and cold water supplies off before you begin this repair. The most common signs of this part failure are, the tub won’t fill with water, no hot water, no cold water, water fills the tub even when the washing machine is turned off.
Part Number – WP3363394
This washer pump is used for a direct drive washer, meaning the pump is not belt driven, instead the pump is connected directly to the motor shaft on the washing machine. The common symptom that this part has failed is the washer will not pump the water from the tub after the wash cycle has finished. Repair tip, check the pump ports and the impeller for blockage or clogs, before replacing the pump.
Part Number – WPW10006384
Washer drive belt. Goes around both the motor pulley and the drive pulley. The belt is located on the bottom of the washing machine. You will need to tilt the unit forward to gain access to replace the belt. Always disconnect the appliance from its electrical source before attempting to repair it. Please be sure to use your model number to insure that this is the correct part for your washer model.
Part Number – WPW10199989
Washer timer. Controls most of the functions within the washer during its various cycles. The timer controls when certain functions begin, end and for how long they will last. Some of the most common signs that a timer has failed are, the cycle will not advance, the clothes washer will not fill with water, will not pump the water out, will not shut off, the washing machine will not run at all. Please be sure to use the model number on your appliance when ordering this part, to ensure that this is the correct replacement part for your particular washer model. Remember to unplug or disconnect the electrical power source to the appliance before attempting to replace this part.
Part Number – 285751
Top load washer agitator parts kit. Comes with four directional cogs, also known as dog ears. The kit also comes with the agitator cam. The main symptoms that these parts have failed are, the top part of the agitator will not catch and rotate properly, the top half of the agitator should catch and ratchet in one direction when the washing machine is in the wash cycle. If you have noticed that the top part of the agitator in your washer will not agitate these genuine OEM replacement parts should fix the problem.
Part Number – WP63907
Washer suspension spring. Used to help keep the washer tub balanced during all of the wash cycles. The most common signs that this part has failed are, the washing machine makes loud noises, shakes during the spin cycle, moves around during the wash cycles. If you have noticed one or more of these symptoms, a broken or lost washer suspension spring may be the cause. Please be sure to use the model number on your appliance when ordering this part, to ensure that this is the correct replacement part for your particular model.
Part Number – W10324647
Washer tub seal. This part is used to prevent water from leaking around the transmission basket drive shaft down through the center of the wash tub and on to the floor. If you have noticed water leaking around the transmission, at the bottom of your washing machine, this part should be replaced. Note: This can be a difficult part to replace. If you have little mechanical experience, it is recommended that this washer repair be performed by a qualified appliance technician.
Part Number – WP8318084
Washer lid switch. This switch is used for a top load washer. The switch is located under the control panel on the top of the washer. You will need to lift the control panel up and back away from the top of the clothes washer to replace the lid switch. Some signs that this part has failed are, the washing machine won’t start, timer will not advance, tub basket will not spin.
Part Number – WPW10711289
Timer knob. White in color and has a female fitting that accepts a (D) shaped shaft on the washing machine timer. This knob pulls off and pushes on to the timer shaft. No tools are needed for the removal or replacement of this knob. Please be sure to use your model number to insure that this is the correct part for your appliance.
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