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PartSelect Number PS11741803
This pump helps expel water from the washing machine and is activated after the spin speed is maintained for a specific period of time. NOTE: This is a redesigned part. The pump now mounts on to the base of the washer - no mounting plate needed.
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:
Remove back compartment, remove belt disconnect two water rubber tubes from the drain pump, unscrew three screws securing the drain pump from the frame. Replace with a new drain pump, secure to frame with thee screws, reconnect rubber tubes, and replace belt.
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Pump is readily accessible at the back of the machine by taking off the access cover. First step is to disconnect power and remove drive belt off tub pulley which is the largest in the center - the takeup is in the drive motor mount but it seems easier to turn the larger pulley and wind the belt off. There are three 3/8 hex mount screws fastening the pump to the washer base and two hose spring clamps attaching the tub drain hose and outlet drain hose to the pump. Follow the directions in the utube video which is the best (most others don't give detailed directions and best method). The only caution I would give is that there is some water in the drain hoses so be prepared to mop it up with sponge and bucket or have some towels available. Install new pump (loose assemble two visible screws to locate pump and then loose assemble far side blind screw and tighten all 3),replace hoses snug to stops and assemble clamps, replace access panel and replace drive belt and plug washer back in.
Turned off the water supply. Removed clothing and bailed out water fro tub. Removed back access panel. Turned washer over to access the bottom and removed drive belt by turning the large pulley attached the drum while pulling the belt over the pulley. Next remove the two hoses attached to the pump, remove the screws holding the pump on and remove the pump. Replace the pump by reversing the procedure, as for replacing the drive belt, place the belt on the motor and pump first and start it on the larger pulley and hold it on while you turn the pulley, it will pull the motor adjustment as you turn and when fully in the pulley it will be properly adjusted. Then replace the access panel, turn the washer upright, push back in place, turn on the water supply and replace the drain hose. Back in business. For me, while I was waiting for the new pump to arrive, I took the time to remove the agitator and tub and give it a good cleaning inside and out, but that's me.
Removed old belt and pump,installed new one.
Removed front panel from washer,removed belt, used 1/2 inch socket setand channel locks to remove hose and pump. Installed new pump, reinstalled hoses and belt, and placed front panel on machine.
i removed 3 screws from back of washer , took off 2 hose clamps , then i took 4 screws out of waterpump, removed belt . put new pump on very easy. thanks part was perfect, fixed problem
Replaced pump because pulley did not come off pump without breaking pump in half.
The repair was a piece of cake! I actually stumbled upon PartSelect by searching for the part, it happened to be that the part through your company was the cheapest! Not only did that make me and my wallet happy the part came fast and i was able to repair the washer in 15-30 mins!! Thank you PartSelect!
Replacing the water pump only required the removal of the front Panel, removing and replacing the pump with socket set and then installing front panel with the new clip. Once this was complete the belt drive was installed on the bottom of the washer. Very easy fix.
I followed all the instructions from your site. It was very easy. Hardest part was the hose clamps. So it was very easy.
After looking at some of the other stories, I realized this was going to be a super easy fix. I moved the washer away from the wall, disconnected all the lines and then removed the pump. Seriously it took about 20 minutes start to finish, and now the washing machine sounds brand new.
Replaced pump. Works great!
replaced water pump and belt ,had to shim motor mounts , working pretty good , but still needs some tweaking
First removed the top using a putty knife to compress the two clips on front of top. Removed the two self tapping hex head screws at top. Lifted front cover off. Tilted machine back to discover the problem. Removed back access panel to drain pump. Removed pump and replaced with new one. With the machine tilted back, replaced belt.Also replaced a badly faded control panel. The trick to removing the timer knob was to gain access to the back of the timer. A blue pin is located in the middle which has a shaft the runs into the knob. Using a small screw driver, just pull the pin out enough to release the knob. It does not come all the way out. I had a little difficulty removing the water level control knob and water temp knob. After carefully removing the knobs, I put on a little pressure grease to make it easier next time. Good luck on your repair project and hope this helps too.
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