Maytag Washer Drums and Tubs

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Washer Baffle
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PartSelect Number PS11744968
Manufacturer Part Number WP8182233
This part moves the clothes around inside your dryer/washer and helps to direct the flow of hot air during the drying cycle. Sold individually.
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  • Marks left on clothes
  • Noisy
  • Shakes and moves
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Carole from Colorado City, AZ
Washer baffle broke off
I snapped the piece into place. It took two people to do the job....one to hold the washer basket from moving and the other to snap it in place. It did take some hard pushing but it worked out great!!!! The repair man quoted me $130.00 for the installation only. And I installed myself it in less than 5 minutes! Read more...
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$47.78
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Drum Baffle
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PartSelect Number PS11751921
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10283356
Sold individually. Baffle only. No screws are required. The baffle has hooks that slide onto the basket.
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$48.49
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Drum Baffle
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PartSelect Number PS11748389
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10112972
This part moves the clothes around inside your dryer and helps to direct the flow of hot during the drying cycle.
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DOUGLAS T from WAYMART, PA
Drum baffle broke
open the door of washer lined up baffle pushed down on baffle slid into place in 1 minute Read more...
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$46.74
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Baffle
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PartSelect Number PS11751113
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10250572
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Joyime from Wolcott, CT
Front loader
Lineup slots and snap in place. So easy even a caveman can do it. Read more...
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Washer Tub Ring
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PartSelect Number PS11750502
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10215107
The tub ring snaps over the top of the tub and creates a splash shield.
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Balance Ring - Top of Inner Tub - White
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PartSelect Number PS11742110
Manufacturer Part Number WP3956205
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Al from Spring, TX
Ring Balancer had come loose and broke releasing the liquid inside that helps balance the basket.
First I removed the screws on top and at the bottom that holds the controls in place to the washer itself. I then removed the control panel and disconnected it off of the washer. I then released the two metal holders that keep the back of the washer in place with the front frame of the washer. I slid the metal exterior forward and away from the rest of the washer exposing the basket. I removed the top layer that holds the ring balancer in place and then was able to reach the ring balancer itself. I removed the old one and discarded it replacing it with the new ring balancer. I pressed it down onto the top of the basket as if you were putting a top back on to a tuppaware dish. I then put the top layer back on and then proceeded to put the exterior of the washer sliding it back in to place. The whole process took maybe about 45-55 minutes and it went relatively smooth especially after knowing how to remove each piece from observing a maintenance job one day. Read more...
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HUB
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PartSelect Number PS2581262
Manufacturer Part Number W10324651
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$71.00
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Ring, Balance
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PartSelect Number PS11741965
Manufacturer Part Number WP387240
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James from Asheville, NC
Washing machine shakes violently during spin cycle
Removed four screws that hold the top control panel to the base and hung over the back panel in order to remove the main wrap-around body of the machine. Took off top plastic ring fastened to side of tub then removed old Balance ring. Installed new balance ring. Unfortunately, this did NOT fix the problem. This was a suggestion from Justanswer.com and failed miserably. Does anybody know how to fix this problem? And it's not the springs or the little plastic shims around the base OR the cross coupling to the motor... Read more...
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Tub Ring
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PartSelect Number PS11750503
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10215108
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$195.21
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Spinner Support and Seal Kit
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PartSelect Number PS1964673
Manufacturer Part Number W10181639
The bolt is built into the support so if the bolt is broken, you need to replace the kit.
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Stephen from Ft Lauderdale, FL
Bearings between spinner and outer tub replaced
The Neptune stacked washer/dryer maintenance manual was a must-have for this repair.

The washer's sound during spin cycle had changed over time from a jet-engine whine to a low rumble. Inspection from the rear revealed that the seals between the spinner and outer tub had failed, and the bearings had been damaged by water intrusion. The bearings are not a replacement item. They are installed as part of the outer tub assembly, so the whole outer tub must be replaced. This requires almost complete disassembly of the washing machine.

The disassembly was relatively easy with the maintenance manual in hand. I had to use a gear puller to remove the pulley, though. I decided to replace not only the outer tub, but the spinner shaft as well since I believed the shaft may have been damaged when the bearings failed.

Reassembly was not so easy. I installed the outer tub, then wrestled with the heavy counterweights. The lower weight was particularly unwieldy, since I had support it from below while attaching it to the bottom of the tub. I finally used books of different thicknesses to hold the weight in place while locating the screw holes for attachment. The upper weight attached easily after I wrestled it into position. This is a concrete weight of about 25 lbs, I would guess.

The other problem was attaching the outer tub cover with the rubber boot attached. It is held by 12 clips, and it was difficult to seat the cover tight enough to attach the clips. I started at the bottom and worked around, instaling clips as I went. The last 4 clips were the hardest; I had to cinch up the cover with C-clamps before installing the clips.

The rest of the assembly was not difficult.

I had my wife help locate the new tub on the struts in the back and to help support the motor while I hung it on the outer tub. Otherwise, this is a one-man repair.

Total cost around $350, thanks to Partselect.com reasonable prices. I shopped around and they offered the best price snd excellent service.

I spent about 8 hours on this job.
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