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PartSelect Number PS11741781
This lid hinge pin is just over an inch long. It is all white in color and is made entirely of plastic. Sold individually.
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:
Viewing the video on how to replace the hinge pin was very helpful orienting me on how to get the job done. As I viewed the video, I thought to myself, "It couldn't be that easy!" Once I received the part in the mail, which was received quickly, I followed the video instructions in finished the repair in 5 minutes. It was a great experience and gave me a new online parts distributor that I will use in the future since I am a born "Do it Yourselfer." Thanks.
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Once the machine was unplugged, I used the paint scraper to release the top of the washer by inserting it at right front and left front about two inches from the sides. The spring clip's were released and the top swung back on the rear clips . The lid hinges were exposed , removed and replaced with the the screws from the original parts, "as they do not" come with the replacement parts."Replacing first one side" then taking the lid and replacing the parts (pivot parts) attaching the- 2nd lid hinge piece at this time as they will not go together in any other fashion. Snap thewasher top down to close. I would suggest spraying a little silicon spray occaisonally, to avoid the parts failing prematureily. All told about 20 min. to do the job. Don't forget to plug in the washer!
I had to pop the top of the washer which is hinged in back. Raised it up and removed old hinges. replaced "hinges and hinge pins. It works like new.Thanks for your "website". It was very easy finding the parts I needed.SincerelyBill Hines
Removed the screws and lid. Cleaned up lid and parts. Had to sand down pin as to tight on lid. Easy job.
Easy to remove broken part. Found rust, so after cleaning I applied paint (I let dry overnight). By manipulating the washer drum, moving left and right, the screws were easy to get to. However, to get the screws back in took tightening by strong hands. Plus, found that the lid sensor had worn out, so that was adjusted.New screws would probably make the job easier.All is fantastic and I found it was "easy" to replace with finishing help from strong hands.
Remove two screws holding a special clip on the back of the washing machine (near top- one on each side). Top of washing machine pops off now by prying front edge up (2 snap type clips hold front edge of top down). Once top is loose just pivot it up on edge so you can get to the bottom side of it (don't have to remove the wires etc. as they are long enough for this). Remove one screw in each hinge half located on bottom side of washing machine top and remove old hinge half from top. Remove broken hinge halves from door to washing machine by removing one screw from each one. Put new hinge halves together and fasten to door. Then set entire hinge/door assembly on washing machine top and screw to top as an assembly. Snap top of washing machine back down on front of machine and put clips/screws back in on back of machine.
I had my son remove all of the old hardware with an allen-key wrench. He then proceeded to install the new hardware. Fisrt he installed the pins on the lid. Next, he installed the hinges to the washer, leaving each hinge loose. Finally adjusting the lid until the screws for the hinges were completely tightened.
Remove door, then after purchase of special screw driver was able to remove the broken plastic hinge. Replace with new hinge. A bit of a challenge due to screw under the lid. Finally, it's fixed for a whole lot less than a service call would have been.Part Select was efficient & quick at sending us the part needed to complete the task. I will recommend this web site.Thanx again
push the washer tub as far as you can and use a long screwdriver to take hinge off,do the same for other side. Lid will then be removed for access to hinge pin,remove hinge pin and reverse process. Very easy repair. Very fast delivery from PartSelect.
1. Open washer lid.2. Remove right hinge mounting screw by leaning agitator/tub assembly to the right.Do the opposite for the left hinge mounting screw.3. Remove and replace both hinge pins on the lid. 4. Install both hinges on the pins and install lid back on the washer.
Just popped open the top of the washer, took the broken hinge off and replaced it.
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