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PartSelect Number PS11741239
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.
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:
Kayla tilted the washer backwards so I could get access to the pump from below. all I had to remove was two clips then slid the old pump off the shaft and the new one on-clip it in place.Then clamp the hoses on the new ports and we were done in about ten minutes.This made me feel good in three ways... Did A job with my daughter! Save a lot of cash!! and walk away with a great sense of accomplishment !!! Rob@kayla
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1) Disassembled the lid2) Took the front Panel off (the old water pump was in the bottom left hand corner in plain site).3) Used flat head screw driver to gentle pry the top and bottom water pump fasterners.4) Used pliers to remove top hose camp. Note this is where I discovered why everyone says to put the washer on it back. Water came rushing out. Luckily no damage to the motor.5) Used pliers to remove the bottom hose clamp.6) Put everything back together Total time <30 minutes.Unfortunately, the water is still not completely draining. I am now looking at the hoses for obstructions. Any other suggestions?Thanks
tilted the unit on it's back. removed clamps and hoses from pump. used screwdriver and pried off 2 hold-down clamps. removed old pump. placed new pump onto shaft. installed hold -down straps. re-installed 2 hoses. stood washer upright, releveled and turned on.
plires took off the two hoses , on clip the two snap clips . pulled out the old pump . put the new one in cliped in the snap clips in & hook the hoses back up
Removed the two spring clamps from hoses; removed hoses from pump. Removed spring clips holding pump to motor. Had to pry pump off of motor shaft due to rust on shaft end. Sandpapered rust off of shaft and then lubed same with oil and new pump slid easily onto motor shaft. Re-snapped spring clips to hold pump onto motor and then reinstalled hoses and their spring clamps. Whala, end of story, job well done.
Isolated problem to front section of washer by elevating and adding water. Once I identified the pump as leaking (it was pretty obvious:>)I used a screwdriver to release the snaps that hold the pump to the drive motor. After sliding the pump off of the drive motor I used the pliers I release the clamps on the two hoses. Next I logged on to Partselest.com and ordered a replacement. The item arrived in two days. I placed the pump on the motor first then connected the hoses. It was much easier to slide the hose clamps to the proper position with the pump held secure on the motor.
Frist I removed the two water hoses going to the pump. Second releaseed the two clips holding the pump , it came right off the motor shaft. Third, put the new pump on the shaft, put the clips on last the hoses good to go.
My husband got the part within 2 days of the order and replaced the leaking pump within a half hour. The repair was very quick and easy for him and your company's prompt delivery prevented my floor from getting wet everytime I did a load of laundry. Thank you and we will continue to get parts from your site in the future--hopefully we won't need to anytime soon. but we know you are there if we need to repair!
Removed the two clips holding the pump to the motor, Lift pump off motor and twist pump to allow easy access to hose clamps. Slide clamps off of pump housing, remove hoses and reverse the process just described.
It was really simple. All I had to do was take the outside body off of the washer & undo the clamps & take the old water pump off & put the new one on & put the clamps back on & put the body back on. It was easy & a whole lot cheaper than buying a new washer. Thanks for being there.
I did my troubleshooting on line. I took the water pump off, flushed it out, and used a coat hanger to ensure the hoses were not obstructed. Put the water pump back on and reassembled the washer - still would not drain. Checked the lid switch by listening to hear it click, which it did. So, I assumed it was the water pump, so ordered one. Two days later my son-in-law said he experienced the same problem, but it was the lid switch. I decided to check the switch again, this time using my hand to see if it was securely fastened. As soon as I grabed the switch, it sprung apart. I removed it and followed the instructions on how to hot wire the connection for a by pass, and the washer drained. Needless to say I ordered a lid switch assembly. Now I have a new water pump as a backup :) Lesson learned. Opinion: the lid switch assembly is very cheaply made.
As noted by other users, I tipped the washer on its back to access the water pump underneath. First I had to drain several gallons of water out...I removed the end of the drainage hose from my main basement drain and placed it into a large bin on the floor and it drained itself. Then I removed the two spring clips from the old pump and took off the two hoses. The pump pulled free easily from the drive shaft. I put the new one on, reseated and reclipped the hoses to the pump, and put the washer upright and it worked immediately. Easy repair...saved hundreds on buying new washer.
I have a 5 and a half year old Whirlpool Gold Ultimate Care II washer and water started leaking out the bottom of the machine and the top part of the agitator was not turning. Of course the extended warranty had just expired and I was not expecting these types of problems to happen to a Whirlpool Gold Appliance that is just a little over 5 years old. At any rate, I am not a handy man and was ready to order a new washing machine, probably a totally different brand and throw this old Whirlpool out on the street, but I stumbled upon this site and some online videos that made repairing a washer seem easy and it inspired me to try and fix it myself for a change. I had followed the water pump repair instructional video on the partselect.com website. The only difference is my washer had two screws in the back of the console to be unscrewed first before I could flip the console up with the putty knife. Next, I took the screw driver and took off the clips and opened the unit and used the pliers just like in the video to clamp the hoses, flip the clips up and remove the old water pump and slide the new water pump on, then clamped the hoses on the new water pump, put the clips back over the water pump and I put the machine back together in 45 minutes. No more leaking from the bottom of the washer. Then, I used an 11mm extension socket wrench to unscrew the top agitator. I changed the agitator barrier seal that was busted and the directional Agitator Cogs aka (Dog Ears) in the agitator that took about 25 minutes and I was done, just plop out the old ones and put the new ones in facing the same directon. The old Dog Ears were worn down and that is why it was not agitating. Now the machine agitates the clothes and the top part of the agitator is not just sitting in one spot anymore. It was the best $40 bucks I spent on all the parts and it saved me the cost of a brand new washer and I still have my matching set the Whirlpool Gold Washer and Whirlpool Gold Dryer. There are a lot of free how-to type videos online that can show anyone how to repair a Whirlpool or any other brand washer because they are all basically similar under the hood if you have the old top load washer. If I can do it, then anyone can. Good Luck!!!
Got the part in two days! After watching the installation video, i figured i could take the pump off without removing the complete washer panel. Tipped washer on to back and there was the old pump staring at me. Disconnected the two hose clamps with pliers (easy). Hardest part was removing old pump due to crud and rust. Removed pump clamps and forced it off with end of screwdriver alternating both sides. This is why the video shows panel removal. Would have been much easier i think! I used fine sandpaper to get the shaft cleaned up and put a few drops of liquid hand soap into opening of new pump. Lined up the pumped with shaft and it slid right on. Reattached hoses and pump clamps and done!! NO more leak!! Really easy repair - about 15 minutes total.
tilted washer back, changed from underneath
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