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PartSelect Number PS11741799
This drain pump with pulley, also known as the washing machine drain pump assembly, is a pump with two ports. The function of this pump is to help expel water from your washing machine. The pump is activated after the spin speed has been maintained for a specific period of time and is driven by the same drive belt that also runs the transmission pulley. If your washer is not draining properly the pump could be clogged by a small object or could be broken and in need of replacing. Tools you will need for this repair include a 5/16 nut driver, a putty knife, a 3/8 socket with a ratchet, and a pair of slip joint pliers.
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:
Had to change the drain pump, the bearing was shot and was the reason for the noise and the eventual stopping/belt breakage....Watch the video on this site for the drain pump procedure it's very helpful....The drain pump swap-out was very easy...Two hose clamps and three small bolts and it was done in no time..I changed out the snubber ring while I was in there... I used vise-grips to grab the the springs for removal/installation and lifted whe whole drum out....Just as others on here have suggested just loosen the retainer screws holding the old snubber ring just enough to slip it out and the new one in...It's really that easy...The toughest part is dealing with the springs and one piece of advice I can offer is to start with the hardest to reach first and save the easiest for last upon reassembly...Put it all back together and installed the new belt...DONE !!! Works like a champ !!!
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Troubleshoot problem, removed front, removed drive belt, removed pump with pulley. Note, new pump did not have black plate, installed worked great.Thanks
The Clamps for the hoses were difficult to get to, otherwise was a simple replacement job, involving clamps and screws and bolts.
Turned it over to my 35-year old son who removed pump and pulley assembly and the old drive belt, then simply replaced with new assembly and belt from PartSelect! Could not have been easier - from my viewpoint.
Raised washer. Identified problem. Removed from panel, gaining access to drain pump. Removed hoses, replaced pump. NOTE: I used blue Loctite on pump mounting bolts. Reinstalled from panel, lowered washer, cleaned drum. Ran one (1) cycle with hot water and bleach ONLY.
I first opoen the front panel of the washer. That was a bit tricky. Had to slide a thin blade between the top of the washer and the front panel, pushed in to release the "clamp" and gently raise the top, it hinges on the back. The rest was undoing three bolts, refit the new pump and put the belt back on.The part cost me less then $65.00.The repair estimate by the local repair man was $ 250.00.I am very happy.Thank you PartSelect.Andre M. Roberty
Unplugged electrical plug. Disconnected water and drain hoses. Turned washer on front side. Removed old belt from bottom of washer. Removed pump access panel. Removed old pump. Installed new pump. Torqued pump mounting screws 1/4 turn with socket wrench. Installed new belt. Put on pump access panel. Hand tested motion of belt and pulleys for smooth travel. Put drain hose on. Turned washer in the upright position. Reconnected water hoses. Washer works like new.
Because I live alone, the washer is very heavy so I just used some sliding robots under the legs of washer so I could slide it out from the wall by myslef after removing the small plate in the back to accfess the water pump I used the nut driver to remove the 3 screws holding the pump in place, but I used the pliers to remove the 2 water hoses first then I mounted the water pump back into place, installed both hoses again then I tilted it back against the wall while re installing the belt then I pushed it back against the wall and removed the sliders so I could make sure it was back level this was a very easy repair even if you never fixed any thing before the belt replacement was even more simple to replace because the motor is springloaded so you just had to pull on it enough to remove it from the pulleys
took off back small metal panel, tilted washer front side down, easy to put into place after removing old part
I removed the back panel and then removed the old pump. After attaching the new pump I flipped the machine and attached the new belt. I put everything back together and voila, the machine works.
Had wife balance washer on front edge while I accessed working parts from bottom of washer. Removed drive belt and turned agitator pulley, transmission pulley and drain pump pulley by hand. Drain pulley hard to turn and shaft had play in it. Ordered new drain pump and replaced upon receipt. Very few fasteners to remove and replace pump assembly. Drive belt was easy to remove and replace. Recommend also replacing drive belt on a washer this old.
I ordered the replacement pump assembly (water pump)for my Atlantis model maytag washer, removed the old one, installed the new one and works like a charm. The only difficulty I had was trying to figure out how to remove the cover on the front of the washer, to remove the clips, it slid side to side instead of popping out, found the instructions on-line, NO instructions came with the pump but if you have any common sense when it comes to repairs it was easy to remove and install the new part.
Lifted lid, removed front cover,put assembly up on blocks, removed belt from underneath, replaced pump thru the front,installed new belt from underneath. Works good now. Thanks for the quick parts shipment and ordering was easy.
Unbolt old pump with three bolt from top of pump inside the washer. Use needlenose pliers to remove intake and output hoses from old pump. Remove belt from pulley under washer. Reverse procedure to install. I was worried because there were two pumps listed for this model number, one being $95 and the other being $40. I bought the cheaper one and prayed. It worked just fine. Fixed a $500 washer that was on it's way to the dump and made $100 in the process!
I pulled off the front cover and started the machine up to determine where the noise was coming from. I was amazed when I opened the front panel as there's only really 2 things it could have been, either a motor or the pump. Both looked easy to replace. Once I started the machine up without the front panel it was easy to determine where the noise was coming from. The pump was screeching so I knew that's where the problem was. It took about 5 minutes to remove the pump. Once I had it out I took it to the computer and looked up the part on partselect.com. It took about 10 minutes to find the correct part as there were 2 different series of pumps. I also ordered a belt because while I was down underneath the washer I figured I might as well change it. The parts arrived 4 days later and it was very easy to install the new pump. I figured I saved at least $125 by fixing it myself.
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