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PartSelect Number PS11741799
This pump has 2 ports. 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:
Not knowing what I was doing, I just started taking the machine apart. Finally, turned the machine on it side and found the belt barely holding together and I was not able to move it. When I removed the belt I discovered that the discharge pump was stuck. Therefore, I also removed it. Everything else seemed to work. When I order the new pump along with a belt, I was glad to see the description of the pump included the pulley. When the parts came they where exactly what I needed and I was able to install them quickly and but the machine back together with out have any extra parts left over.
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I diagnosed the bearing by putting a 3/4 inch rubber hose up to my ear. I pointed it around until isolating the noise to the pump. The bearing was not servicable without replacing the pump. After diagnosing the problem I ordered the part. Getting the part from PartSelect.com was a snap. It arrived in one day. In 15 minutes I had it back to gether and working quiet and smooth.
this email does not include the rest of the parts i ordered. i had to replace the pump and the base panel of the washer as it was rotten. i had to open the top, remove the front panel and change out the base and install the pump. your parts and website were very helpful. thank you however this will be the last maytag i will purchase.
I placed the washer on a couple of work-horses so I could have access to the belt underneath. Then I used my nutdriver to removed the lower back panel. Disconnected both of the hoses, and removed the pump with my nutdrivers. Placed the new pump in place, placed the belt back on the pump's pully, tightened down the pump. I then plugged in the washer and put a little water in the washer to test that everything was working. After confirming that everything worked, I replaced the lower back panel and put the washer back in business. 30 minutes from beginning to end ... and a good time was had by all.
Unplug. Open the front panel (2 clips, 2 hex head metal screws), remove the two hose clamps and hoses from the pump, remove 3 hex head screws holding the pump...bingo.. in with the new pump, hoses and panel go back....put the drive belt back on...the wife is back in buisness.. Note to all husbands out there, mess up on a few loads of laundry (mix red with white and her unmentionables turn a hideous pink) and you never have to do laundry again !!!!Tip to all, if you have a wet-vac, attached it to the discharge hose of the washer to remove the standing water in the pump.Right part, right price, delivered right on time Thank you Parts Select
Removed front of washer following instructions on partselect.com (used putty knife to release catches). Removed hoses and belt from pump, then removed and replaced the pump. Reattaching the belt was the only awkward task.
I got the part the very next day, very easy to replace. Replaced the belt as well. Parts Select is the best. Vert straight forward repair.
I replaced the water pump and belt. The part you sent me was an exact match, so I had no problems what-so-ever fitting the new part into place.Thanks
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