These agitator directional cogs are commonly referred to as dog ears. They come four to a package and are usually used with direct drive washing machines.
It is intended for use with washing machines that do not have belts. This drain pump has two ports for water to pass through: a large one, and a smaller one.
Sold Individually. Appliance takes 3 of this part.
A worn clutch can cause a slower spin speed which will leave your clothes wet after a cycle.
This clutch assembly comes with brake cam driver, blue spring for large capacity washers and black spring for compact washers. As per factory, the green spring (1.24") replaces the black spring (1.46").
This kit contains one screw with rubber gasket and threaded sealant. The screw head is 7/16".
The pin on the lid pushes on the lever of the lid switch to tell the machine that the lid is closed. This part includes the grounding wire.
This part is used to balance the tub during spin cycle. Sold individually. It is recommended that you replace all 3 at the same time.
This package of pads contains three brown tub wear pads.
This spring is used on the leveling components in a washer. Please note, this spring may differ in appearance, but functions the same as original.
- Customer: mike from Kent WA
- Difficulty: Easy
- Time to Complete: 15 - 30 mins
- Tools Required: Screw drivers, Socket set
- 542 of 556 people found this instruction helpful
First pry off the cap of the agitator. Then using a socket remove the bolt that holds the plastic cup in place. Remove this cup by prying it loose from the two tabs that hold it in place. Once this cup is removed you can get to the broken cogs.
Slip the new cogs into the underside of the cup, and slide the cup back down in the agitator housing usin...
- Customer: Tom from Granby MA
- Difficulty: Really easy
- Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
- Tools Required: Pliers
- 442 of 462 people found this instruction helpful
The hardest part of this job was pulling the machine away from the wall so the hoses could be disconnected and the machine flipped onto it's back. Putting the machine on it's back does two things. It drains the water left in the bottom of the tub so it won't pour out onto the motor when the old pump is removed, and gives the necessary access to the pump. ...
- Customer: Andrew from SLC UT
- Difficulty: Easy
- Time to Complete: 30 - 60 mins
- Tools Required: Nutdriver, Pliers, Socket set
- 244 of 260 people found this instruction helpful
researched potential causes, found cluch dust under the washer and determined that it wouldn't engage because clutch was too worn. ordered the assembly, removed agitator from inside the tub as it is connected to the gear shaft, turned washer on it's back for access to motor, unattached the direct drive water pump from the motor drive, unbolted the 3 gearcase...