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Cap
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PartSelect Number PS11750408
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10208398
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  • Door won’t close
  • Lid or door won’t close
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$229.13
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Washer Lid
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PartSelect Number PS12584356
Manufacturer Part Number W11259006
This lid is for washers. The lid covers the washer tub opening. Wear work gloves to protect your hands when installing this part.
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Installation Instructions
Greg from RICHMOND, VA
Broken lid frame at left hinge.
Raised lid to remove two Torx head screws from each hinge. Lid will then lift off of hinges. Installation of new lid was the reverse of the removal procedure. It is best to install one hinge to the lid by removing that hinge from the washer. The lid can then be installed by inserting that hinge into it's spot and then over the other hinge. Install the hinge screws into the second hinge and the job is complete. The lid now closes properly allowing the automatic lid lock to function properly. Read more...
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$20.53
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Pulsator Cap
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PartSelect Number PS3525704
Manufacturer Part Number 5006EA3009B
This part is known as a pulsator cap or washplate cap, and is designed for your LG washer. It fits over the washplate mounting bolt and prevents clothes from getting caught on the washplate during a wash cycle. It is round in shape, and approximately 3 inches in diameter.
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$5.51
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CAP
PartSelect Number PS11775336
Manufacturer Part Number W11050804
Installation Instructions
David from LAKEWOOD, CA
Non agitator pulsating action ceased
Ordered the parts and followed You Tube DYI clip. This 3YOMaytag top loading washer has had a motherboard replaced and now this. It all works fine for now, I cannot imagine what the appliance tech would have charged. Maytag is not what it used to be. Read more...
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$221.88
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Washer Lid Assembly
PartSelect Number PS12070901
Manufacturer Part Number W11101059
This lid assembly is for washers and covers the washer tub opening. The assembly may include multiple parts; refer to your parts diagram for a complete list of parts included.
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$30.47
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Shield
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PartSelect Number PS11754637
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10427633
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$17.31
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Cap
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PartSelect Number PS11753570
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10352675
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$26.23
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Hinge Hole Cover
PartSelect Number PS11741068
Manufacturer Part Number WP33001764
This hinge hole cover is sold individually and white in color. Two are required per appliance.
Installation Instructions
Dee from Redding, CA
The door wouldn't stay shut after starting machine.
First I remove the the four screws surounding the front door. Then I took off the front panl cover. This give axcess to the nuts that needed to be removed to lift the top panl. Once the top panl was lifted up (not removed) then I was able to unscrew the door latch that was broken and replace it with the new one. I replaced one conected wire at a time so that I wouldn't get them mixed up. After that it was then easy to put back together! It works great now! Saved me from having to go out and buy new ones or to have a repair man come over. Cost me under eighty bucks! I was very happy! Thanks PartsSelect.com! Read more...
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$47.41
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Washer Lid
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PartSelect Number PS8746241
Manufacturer Part Number WH44X20021
The lid covers the washer tub opening.
Installation Instructions
Jeff from Blacklick, OH
Needed to replace a rusted washer lid
All the parts were delivered in 3 days, every part fit perfectly.

The on line parts service person was very helpful.

We saved hundreds of dollars!

Highly recommend.
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$27.72
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Timer Cap
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PartSelect Number PS11739485
Manufacturer Part Number WP22003989
This timer cap is chrome in color.
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Installation Instructions
Nancy from Seminole, FL
Knob pulled off and I had been turning it on with pliers
removed the 3 screws holding the front cover on to the timer, unsnapped the timer, unpluged it and plugged in the new one then snapped it back in place. put the front cover back and placed the timer cap back on it works like new now and saved me $140 dollars. Very happy to not look like I am trying to extract a tooth when turning on the dryer Read more...

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