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PartSelect Number PS11741533
This pump helps expel water from the washing machine and is activated after the spin speed is maintained for a specific period of time.
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:
First I looked up the error codes in the washing machine technical information pamphlet I got when buying the machine to determine what the problem was. It indicated that the machine wouldn't spin. After doing a few more tests I couldn't find the error code that was displaying, but the machine wouldn't run at all and just did a terrible growling sound. I tilted the machine back to get access to the bottom. Undid the flimsy corregated covering held in by 4 screws. In the right front corner I found the pump. There were 2 tubs connected to the pump; I undid each (a simple squeeze off holder) and found nothing blocking either passage. The type of pump is build as one part, so I was unable to open it up. I decided to order a new pump assuming that was the problem and in fact it was. Replacing the pump was a piece of case. I undid the two tubes, disconnected the electrical connector then removed it from the washer casing with 4 screws. The new pump was easy to install -- screwed it in place with the 4 screws, reconnect the electrical part (just a simple female / male connection), reconnect the 2 tubs, put the bottom covering back on, and that was it. It's working just fine now.
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Unplug machine, turn on its side (have bucket to drain water from hose), unscrew drain hose bracket on back (so you can fully empty water still inside machine) unscrew bottom plastic cover, locate pump on left, pull out electrical connector, unscrew hose clamps, twist off hoses, unscrew pump and replace, and follow the above steps in reverse. I also made a coin trap from a sawed off plastic drain or downspout cover/protector and installed this inside the hose at the entry point to the pump, enlarging the holes enough to make sure they wouldn't easily clog with lint.
I turned the washer on its side disconnected the hoses attached to pump. Then unscrewed the pump attatched to the washer base; undid the power source and ordered the part from you. Reattached the new pump to the washer: reconnected the power source and hoses to the new pump. Then flipped the washer upright and it works.
After two weeks with out a Washing machine in the RV, we were finally in a place long enough to order the part to fix it. I replaced this part before through Sears and although the price was similar,'it took two weeks to deliver the part. This was here the next day. One screw, two clamps and it was done.
got on internet found website that would show me how to get to the pump, part select phone number and the part number of drain pump- ordered on thurs night, got part on sat.am, me and my roommate tilted machine removed the 4 screws and 2 pipe clamps, did reverse procedure and machine was fixed- total repair cost was less than a service call
Since this was our 3rd time to remove this part, due to coins getting stuck in the pump, it went pretty easily. Removed the panel underneath, removed and replaced the pump, replaced everything as it was. Washer works great again!
open up the back and listen to the noise then I fixed the problem I me Kevin Isadore the good job. thanks
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