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Bottom Panel - White
PartSelect Number PS975731
Manufacturer Part Number 134321702
This is the replacement bottom panel or access panel for your dryer or washer. It is white in color and is approximately 28 inches wide and 10 inches tall. The access panel can be removed from the bottom of your dryer, so you can access the parts behind it. The main reason that you would want to replace the panel is if it is damaged, or it will not stay attached to the dryer. This part is sold individually and is an authentic OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Top Panel
PartSelect Number PS11742113
Manufacturer Part Number WP3957177
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Service Panel - White
PartSelect Number PS417391
Manufacturer Part Number 131279300
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PartSelect Number PS2363435
Manufacturer Part Number 137021811
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PartSelect Number PS2342397
Manufacturer Part Number 134638510
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Top Panel - White
PartSelect Number PS3490398
Manufacturer Part Number 137371700
Used on front-load washers and dryers.
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PartSelect Number PS11746744
Manufacturer Part Number WP8577373
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PartSelect Number PS11699882
Manufacturer Part Number 132764000
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Maintop Panel - White
PartSelect Number PS11742029
Manufacturer Part Number WP3949958
Top Panel
PartSelect Number PS419347
Manufacturer Part Number 134086842
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After I finally got all of the parts (at least the rear brackets and screws) I found that the panel only had one of two holes for the two horizontal screws.
After drilling a new hole in the left rear bracket position, I discovered that the 2 screws could not be threaded into the bracket pilot holes. Theyt froze up at the top of the taper in the threads. I had to increase the size of the hole 1/64" to get the screws in. There also is a trick to getting the bracket through the punched out hole in the panel- you must angle the bracket corner to corner then apply about 10# of preasure to the bracket to force it through the hole.
Other than that, the panel install went pretty well. Now I have to get the front brackets and springs and screws which are on backorder...

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