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 Fits your WFW9150WW01 Washer!
 Fits your WFW9150WW01 Washer!
PartSelect Number PS11753988
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10381562
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Leaking | Marks left on clothes | Burning smell
This part works with the following products:
Washer.
This part works with the following products:
Whirlpool, Maytag, Inglis, Amana.
Part# WPW10381562 replaces these:
AP6020669, W10290499, W10300559, W10381562
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Diane
August 9, 2017
How do i change the door seal (bellow)?
For model number coryell
Hello Diane, that is a great question. We actually have a video on our site that will show you how to remove and install the door seal. Hope this helps! http://www.partselect.com/PS2003890-Whirlpool-12002533-Bellow.htm?SourceCode=6#RepairVideo

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Robin Hazlett
January 28, 2018
The lady wrote to ask if the second large piece in the group of pieces at the door opening should be replaced at the same time as the, bellow, is it?. you answered that they are placed next to each other and gave the part numbers, but, my question also is, should i replace them both at the same time?
For model number WFW9050XW00
Hello Robin, thank you for your question. The only reason the tub clamp and bellow clamp should be replaced is if they have broken, or if the spring on the Bellow To Front Panel Clamp has stretched beyond use. If the bellow is the only piece that is damaged, that other pieces should be able to be reused. I hope this helps!

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Michael
December 18, 2017
I am looking to purchase the door seal (bellows). Should i also purchase a new clamp ring or is that included?
For model number WFW9150WW00
Hello Michael, Thank you for your inquiry. The clamp rings are sold separately, the bellow to tub clamp is part# WP8540108, and the bellow to front panel clamp is W11032829. Hope this helps!

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Dennis
December 27, 2017
The door seal is loose, can it be reinstalled or does it need to be replaced? Is it something I can do easy? It appears to be leaking water from the front door seal. Please advise.Thanks
For model number WFW9151yw00
Hi Dennis, Thank you for the question. The door seal is held in place my two clamps. You can try to tighten the clamps or reinstall the seal just in case it was pulled out or came lose. If there is no damaged to the actual seal and it is still lose, you may need to replace the clamps. Hope this helps!

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Jessica
May 2, 2018
The boot seal on my washer has a tear in it. Now i am finding holes in my clothes when taking them out of the washer. Would replacing this part fix the problem?
For model number MHWE251YG00
Hi Jessica, Thank you for your question. You might want to take a look to see if there is anything stuck in your washing machine that is causing your clothes and caused your bellow to rip. You will probably want to replace this bellow if it is damaged however. It is the seal between your door and the inside of the drum, so if there is a rip you might eventually get leaking. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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Farah
October 11, 2019
Hi, is this originally made by whirpool? Or is it by an approved manufacturer? I ordered one through amazon and chunks of rubber ripped with just one month of basic use. It was a lot more poor quality compared to the original which ran for over 5 years. Please reply asap so i can make the order. Thank you
For model number WPW10381562
Hello Farah, thank you for your question. This Bellow is a genuine OEM Whirlpool replacement part obtained from them. Good luck with your repair!

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Allan
November 28, 2019
What do we do with triangle tab at the top. Clothes are getting clothes are getting caught on it
For model number WPW10381562
Hi Allan, make sure the seal is properly installed, by watching our video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=GNrkt7AfW0M&feature=emb_title . Thank you for your question and good luck with your repair!

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Mark
July 30, 2018
Leaking, does this come with all needed parts to replace, or do i need some kind of kit?
For model number WTW9050W00
Hello Mark, Thank you for the question. There are two clamps that hold the bellow in place. You can reuse the clamps you have no if they are not damaged. If they also need to be replaced, you will need to order part numbers Part Number: PS11773093 and Part Number: PS11746259. Good luck with the repair!

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Tyler
January 29, 2020
I'm getting clothes pinched between the agitator drum and seal. They get caught and then tear as the drum continues spinning. Would ordering a new seal fix this issue? The washer does seem to move around alot more then it use to. Or what you would suggest replacing so that clothes wont be torn in there any more. Ready to order just want to try and be sure to order the right parts. Thanks for any help you can give.
For model number Wfw9150ww02
Hi Tyler, thank you for your question. If you are losing the seal on your bellow, you may have to look at replacing that part and the bellow clamp that keeps it in place. However if your appliance is shaking and moving a lot, you may have to take a look at your shock absorbers for being the issue. Good luck with your repair.

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Isaac
March 10, 2018
I am looking for the part number, I need to order a bellow for my unit?
For model number MHWE201YW00
Hello Isaac, Thanks for your question. The part number of the bellow for your model is PS11753988. I hope this helps.

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Replacing your Whirlpool Washer Front Load Washer Bellow Door Boot Seal - Gray

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    Washer leaking - noticed large crack in the seam of the bellow
    9 year old washer started leaking - after inspecting noticed a large hole in the bellow.
    The only difficult part was putting the outside band clamp on over the bellow without it slipping out of place - took a few tries. The video was very helpful - I did put hardware into plastic bags based on the steps in the removal for so that I wouldn't forget (or get them mixed up).
    I was able to do this project while home from work with a sick kindergartener. Problem started and did the removal the first day ordered the part and it arrived 2 days later - install complete in less than an hour. We went back to school/work with a operating washer by the end of the week! Thank you - it was actually kinda fun and my son bragged to his grandfather that 'he and momma fixed the washer'.
    • Laura from WAYLAND, MA
    • Difficulty Level:
      Easy
    • Total Repair Time:
      30 - 60 mins
    • Tools:
      Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench set
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    Washer leaking during spin cycle
    Unplug, remove top and bottom panels using nut driver.
    The control panel also must be removed; mine just snapped loose, providing access to the top hex-head screws securing the front panel/door assembly. The gasket/bellows is secured to the front panel and tub with circular clamps. The front panel clamp, a wire loop held tight with a spring, must be removed prior to taking off the front panel/door. I used a wide blade flat head screwdriver to pry it off. The door assembly is rather heavy and awkward as the door swings randomly once removed. It may be helpful to secure it to the frame with duct tape prior to removal. Six screws, three top and three bottom, secure the panel. Once removed, there is access to the clamp securing the back of the bellows to the tub. This one is a larger loop with a screw type tensioner. After removing it, the old gasket can be pulled out.
    These gaskets have drainage holes at the bottom which must be in line with the drain hole on the tub. Clean the grooved edge where the gasket sits. It fits inside a channel on the bellows. It’s a snug fit and it helps to lubricate the bellow’s channel with liquid soap. Once it is in place, make sure it’s seated properly-there’s a groove that accepts the clamp-and the drainage holes are positioned over the drain at the tub’s bottom. Replace the clamp in its channel and tighten it with a nut driver or screwdriver.
    Replace the front panel/door. Next, clean the channel on the front panel and work the front of the bellows into it’s place on the panel. The sprung front clamp can be difficult.
    There are spreader tools made for the job, but I just used two needle-nose pliers to stretch the spring. After the new bellows is installed, reassemble the cabinet. I left the bottom panel off until I ran a test cycle to check for leaks.
    • John from MIDDLETOWN, PA
    • Difficulty Level:
      A Bit Difficult
    • Total Repair Time:
      30 - 60 mins
    • Tools:
      Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
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    Hole in the door boot seal and water leaking
    I followed the instructions in the video (available on the site) and had no problem whatsoever to replace the boot. This video is so detailed that it is difficult to go wrong.
    Only caution I would make is that this may prove to be a bit too much if the person has never ever used tools before.
    • Raghunandan from DORAL, FL
    • Difficulty Level:
      Really Easy
    • Total Repair Time:
      30 - 60 mins
    • Tools:
      Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
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      Model Cross Reference
      This part works with the following models:
      PartSelect Number: PS11753988
      Manufacturer Part Number: WPW10381562
      Brand
      Model Number
      Description
      Inglis
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      Washer - Residential, Automatic
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      IFW7300WW01
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      Maytag
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      Washer - AUTOMATIC WASHER
      Maytag
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      Maytag
      MHWE251YG00
      Washer - AUTOMATIC WASHER
      Maytag
      MHWE251YL00
      Washer - AUTOMATIC WASHER
      Maytag
      MHWE301YG00
      Washer - AUTOMATIC WASHER
      Maytag
      MHWE301YW00
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      Maytag
      MHWZ400TQ03
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      Maytag
      MHWZ600WR01
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      Amana
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      Washer - AUTOMATIC WASHER
      Amana
      NFW7300WW01
      Washer - AUTOMATIC WASHER
      Amana
      NFW7300WW02
      Washer - AUTOMATIC WASHER
      Whirlpool
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      Washer - Residential, Automatic
      Whirlpool
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      Whirlpool
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      Whirlpool
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      Whirlpool
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      Whirlpool
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      Whirlpool
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      Whirlpool
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      Whirlpool
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