There was a slight amount of water (6 - 8 oz.) on the floor after every wash

ApplianceRoper Washer


Level of DifficultyEasy

Time to do repair15 - 30 mins

Age of Appliance5 - 10 years

Tools Pliers
Screw drivers

Duane From Macon, GA

Jun 06, 2011

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I disconnected the power supply then proceeded to tilt the washer top toward the back and propped the washing machine up about 1' off the floor. Once the machine was stablized I proceeded to remove two clamps to the pump using a pair of pliers and allowed any water inside to drain. Then I proceeded to unsnap the top and bottom pieces of metal holding the pump in place with a large slotted screw driver. Once the metal holds were removed I was easily able to pull the water pump toward the front of the washing machine. Then I installed the new pump and snapped the two metal bands down upon the pump to hold it in place. I then proceeded to hook up both hoses to the pump and using a pair of pliers clamped the hoses securely in place. I then placed the machine back on the ground, plugged in the power supply and ran a test cycle to make sure it worked and that there were no leaks.

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Part PhotoPart DescriptionPriceAvailability

Direct Drive Water Pump

Part Number: PS342434

In Stock