The tub dampening straps support the wash tub and reduce vibration by keeping the tub at the center of the cabinet. If your washer shakes and moves, or is making a loud banging noise during the wash c...
This clip ensures that the knob is securely fastened to the control shaft, allowing you to properly select the correct time and setting for your dryer. If your dryer will not start or shut off, the ti...
The drain hose is black in color and made of flexible material. This is a part for your top-load washer. The hose measures 57 inches long. This part moves the water out of the washer and into the drai...
The timer knob clip on your washing machine connects the timer knob to the control panel. If your timer knob is damaged or will not stay in place, you may need to replace the clip. If the timer does n...
This is a dual-action agitator for a washer. It is an OEM replacement part that is sourced from the manufacturer. The agitator tosses your clothes to clean them efficiently. This plastic dual-action a...
The main tub seal is located between the transmission and the outer tub. Its the primary water seal in the outer tub for the transmission-shaft. If your washer is leaking during the fill cycle, or at ...
This drain hose support clip is a piece for your washer. The purpose of the drain hose support clip is to hold the drain hose in place by attaching to a cabinet. This piece is off-white and is roughly...
This is a tub bearing and it is meant to work in conjunction with your washing machine. The purpose of this part is to aid in keeping the inner tub of your washing machine spinning smoothly during a w...
This part is the hub nut, or lock down nut for your washing machine. It is designed to hold the inner tub on to the transmission. If your hub nut is stripped or damaged, it may need to be replaced. T...
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December 7, 2019
Knob controlling selection of wash cycles failed. You can still pull on and off, but the knob and post spins freely. No friction. No clicking noises. Assume the regulator(?) failed. Washer still works. After knob failed, i could still pull on and pus off. Machine completed the rinse/spin cycle to the end, but couldn’t use knob to select a cycle again.
For model number HSWP1000M4WW
Hello Kevin and thanks for writing.
It sounds like a faulty Selector/timer knob PS1482290 check and replace if needed. We hope this helps. Please contact us anytime.
My agitator makes humming noise n does not seam to move
For model number HSWP1000M4WW
Thank you for your question. Our sources suggest checking two parts for the sound and the agitator not working, the agitator coupling under part PS1482517, or the tub bearing under part PS271510 for your model. We hope this helps!
Hello Larry, thank you for your question. We do not have that listed in our system but you might be able to find it on Amazon or eBay by searching part number 38313. I hope this helps.
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November 25, 2022
looking for washer load size knob #123c8443abs for Hotpoint brand
For model number HSWP1000M4WW
Hello Sarah, thank you for your question. For your model, the stats are 27 Inch Top-Load Washer with 3.5 cu. ft. Capacity, 8 Wash Cycles, 3 Wash/Rinse Temperatures, 3 Water Levels and 630 RPM Spin Speed. The part number of the selector knob is PS1482289. The Timer knob consists of two parts, the knob PS1482290 and the Dial behind it part PS1482361. We hope this helps.
After removing frt panel which prys off I checked for anything obvious like a loose belt. Then I jiggled the magnet switch located on the inside of the loading cover. I saw the machine start agitating the it stopped again when I stopped touching it. I ordered the new part and spliced it in with the wire crip tool. Now the machine is A ok.
First I removed the screws that held the hose drain hose clip in place. Removed the damaged hose. Placed the new drain hose clip at the end of the new drain hose. Re-inserted back in hole, pushed in hose to necessary depth then tighted screws, Very easy and painless.
To diagnose, first I unhooked the washer: power, water supply, and drain pipe. I then slid the washer out, laying it on its front. With nutdriver, I unscrewed two screws that held the other end of the drain tube and removed it completely. Then, again with the nutdriver removed 4 screws from the back near the legs, two in between the legs in the middle, and approx. 4 to 6 on the bottom. This let me pull the bottom off partially to access the motor area. (I did did not take the bottom completely off, only about 2/3 off and let it bend over, as it was flexible tin) The belt was broken. After receiving the new belt, I positioned it between the pulley and the motor and between the drum and the big pulley. Then I rotated the big pulley, pulling the belt onto it as I rotated. At the same time, as I rotated, I pulled the other end of the belt on to the little pulley. Once it was on, I would put pressure on it as I turned the pulley, to jump the belt to the appropriate grooves on the little pulley. Note: the replacement belt had been modified, so it had one less groove than the pulley. I would have known this if I had read the insert that came with the belt first! Anyway, this was not a problem, only a design change. Also it was important to start the belt on the inside, so if it slipped, you didnt loose your bite. Total diagnostic, repair, and reassembly time: 30 minutes plus or minus. I had read other online forums that said you had to loosen the motor, etc. And I do know some type of a belt installation tool was offered on line, but I got along fine with my installation method. An extra set of hands would have been helpful, but not necessary.