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PartSelect Number PS11739424
This inner door assembly is twenty-two inches long. It is all white in color and is made of plastic.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
i removed the door,placed it on the kitchen tabel and removed 8 screws that hold the innerpart to the outer part and exchanged parts . there was a spring and a vent piece that snap on and off too. then i reinstalled the door and ran a load to check for leaks and there were none it was very easy but the best part of the repair was that i ordered the part on saturday nite and recieved it on monday , part select .com i thank you for your excellent service.......
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The inner door panel was damaged by something getting caught in between it and the tub wearing a hole in the plastic.Remove door hinges.Remove screws on sides(2 on each hinge)and 4 on otherside and 2 on bottom.Pull inner door panel (plastic) out.Remove doorlatch by flipping up center tab and squeezing sides together.Remove metal tabs by tilting up the backside and tilting down the front (screw hole side) and pulling through the back.Reverse for reassembly - relatively easy.
The boot tear looked the easiest but turned out to be the toughest.After removing the door 2 screws, and finding the opposing two screws I removed the face panel.Removed the two screws located under the face panel directly under the washer top surface. This allows access to the top of the washer. A wire clamp held with a spring holds the boot in place. Remove the spring or roll it over the edge of the front of the washer tub. Two screws hold the sub-face panel onto the carcass of the washer. remove these. The boot comes out easily. Follow the reverse to reinstall. This may sound easy..its not! The problem lies in the wire and spring arrangement. You must hold both ends of the cable in place near the washer drum taughtly but not too tight or the pressure will cause the boot to edge over the washer tub. It became so bad I consulted a Maytag repair guy. He said we use two pair of needle nosed pliers. Tried that caused banged up knuckles and lots of bad words. I made a tool that operates like a pair of scissors holding the wire on one side and the spring on the other. If you are interested you can track me down and I will tell you how. The softener still doesn't work. Drat. I will have to replace the computer next. OUCH
I ordered the grommet and inner door on a Tuesday and had both parts at my door step the following day. Including shipping it was only $64.00. With only a screwdriver in hand and 45 minutes of time I removed four screws to take the entire door off. I then removed the inner door and vent tube and grommet (very easy). After placing the new grommet into the new inner door I inserted the vent tube and screwed everything back together. The repair man would have charged $90 for the labor and the parts which he would have had to order would have been extra.
Remove the ten screws to the inner door to remove it. There are components in the inner door that we didn't think would be there. Take out the components on the inside of the inner door. The areas where the ten screws go in have the small metal plates that we needed to be transferred to the new inner door. Otherwise the screws will not fit. It flips out. That's the part that took us a while to figure out but it came out easily. The other parts snaps on and off after the two screws are removed. Just remember what you removed and where it should go. It takes two people to do the work.
First I removed all the screws, which removed the door. Once the door was off, was able to de-install all the parts of the old door and install on the new door. The engineers that design this, made it to be able to replace easily. Inner door part was replaced in less than 30 mins. The most amazing part was I order the part on Monday and the door was fix on Tuesday before 2:00. I was amazed. Thanks
Ordered part from PARTSELECT.COM, super fast shipping, next day actually, via fed ex. Part was exact replacement with no surprises. Swapped out internal parts snapped door lid cover in and was doing a wash in 15 minutes start to finish.
Removed outer door and positioned it on counter next to new part.Transitioned each part element from from one to the other.Finally re-install door back in place..........
Removed and replaced old shroud with new one. Works great.
First I remove the 2 screws that hold the door on then put it on the table on a towel not to scratch the door and unscrewed the inner door and changed it out easy stuff.
Removed door, changed over parts from one panel to the other, then rehung door....extremely easy! Thanks for the part!
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