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Cover Screw
PartSelect Number PS11740701
Manufacturer Part Number WP308685
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Peter from WRENTHAM, MA
Kenmore 80 Series Washer - Agitator Stopped Working
First I screamed at the ceiling, because I have a three year old and an infant, and the washing machine was dead. Then I went to youtube. It seemed like the "agitator dogs" were the issue.

In this spirit of any repair, I replaced them, and it was not the issue. I don't know what I expected.

Ceiling. YouTube. Pacing.

Then I figured it was this part - the motor coupling. I unplugged the machine and took out the drain tube. I leaned the machine back and propped it up with an empty detergent bottle, because those were abundant. Ratchet off a few bolts and the motor comes out. The coupling was indeed broken. The new one slips right in - I tapped it a few times with a mallet for good measure / vengeance. Ratcheted the bolts back on and tipped it back up.

Pros: Washer works now.
Cons: Everest-esque laundry pile to address.

But hey, it worked! I am no handyman and it wasn't too bad at all. Half hour tops.
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Hose Clamp Kit
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PartSelect Number PS270806
Manufacturer Part Number WH1X2036
This is a water hose clamp kit for a variety of appliances including dishwashers and washers. This is a genuine replacement part. The kit includes two hose clamps. The smaller of the two is 1 inch in diameter while the larger one is 2 inches in diameter. The hose clamps secure the end of the water hose in place to prevent the hose from leaking. If you notice leaking from the hose of your appliance, you may need to replace this kit. Protect your hands with work gloves during this repair to avoid injury.
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Richard from Garden City, NY
washer had heavy wet clothes left after spin cycle
The trick is to pull the front cover off by using a putty knife .slide it under the cover at both front corners.it will click on each corner.then pull front cover off .lift off the bottom catch hooks.look for the pump on the bottom right side.unplug the wite connector .take 2-5/16 bolts out holding the bracket.then grab a pliers .squeeze the hose clamps and pull the 2 hoses off.assemble new pump. Read more...
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Single Hex Head Screw
PartSelect Number PS11742731
Manufacturer Part Number WP489069
Sold individually. The size of this screw is 1/4" hex head and 10-12 x 1/2".
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Chris from Pompano Beach, FL
Water in bottom of dishwasher
Disconnected power. Shut off water supply. Took off the front, disconnected copper supply line and flexible water line, removed water inlet valve. Took elbow from old inlet valve and put in on new one. Put new valve in, reconnected water lines, put back front panel. Opened water supply, Flipped breaker back on. Done and it worked! Read more...
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SCREW
PartSelect Number PS234785
Manufacturer Part Number WB1X536
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Hex Nut
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PartSelect Number PS11742711
Manufacturer Part Number WP488130
This hex nut is an authentic Whirlpool part that is sourced directly from the original equipment manufacturer, and will fit a variety of appliances including ovens, microwaves, refrigerators, air conditioners, and dishwashers. It is a metal part with a threaded hole to fasten parts in the appliance together. It is common for this part to wear out; it is recommended to order a spare. To replace this part the tools needed are a nut driver or wrench. This nut features a built-in external tooth lock washer, which is used to help keep the nut in place.
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Motor Cushion
PartSelect Number PS274091
Manufacturer Part Number WJ01X10034
Sold individually. This part works in conjunction with the fan motor.
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Clamp,Spring
PartSelect Number PS3522763
Manufacturer Part Number 3H02932C
The fan blade clamp, also known as a clamp spring, are for air conditioners. The clamp supports the fan blade on the motor shaft. When the motor is running, it signals the shaft to turn and rotate, but without the support of the clamp the motor shaft is unable to function properly. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for installation instructions and accurate guidance. Remember to unplug your air conditioner from the power source as a safety precaution and wear work gloves while you perfrom this repair.
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Sam from MCQUEENEY, TX
accumulated condensation caused condenser fan failure
Pull the unit out of cabinet. Remove the brace between the blower housing and the condenser frame. Remove the screws securing the the condenser coil to the base and carefully lift and angle it just enough for the broken fan to clear ( be very careful with the refrigerant lines ). Slide the new fan back on the shaft and secure with the spring clamp. I used a pair of vice grips to compress the clamp, but be very careful because the clamp can exit the pliers, if the jaws are not perpendicular to the clamp. If you live in a area with high humidity remove the rubber plug at the back of the unit or the condensation will break your new fan. This fan needs some changes in design because the condensation puts too much stress on the plastic that contacts the motor shaft - some metal between shaft and the blades would help. Read more...
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SPECIAL NUT
PartSelect Number PS274098
Manufacturer Part Number WJ01X10041
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Zip Tie
PartSelect Number PS11753208
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10339879
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SCREW
PartSelect Number PS11731323
Manufacturer Part Number W10856125
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