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$83.92
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Door Hinge with Bushings
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PartSelect Number PS1152380
Manufacturer Part Number 134550800
This is a door hinge with bushings and works in conjunction with your washer. The purpose of this part is to attach to the outside of the front door panel to help with the lid opening and closing properly. The hinge will fasten the front panel of the washing cabinet to the lid of the washer. This piece is roughly 9 inches long, almost 3 inches high, and roughly 2.5 inches wide. The reason for needing to replace this part is if your lid/door will not open or close properly, which may lead to leaking.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
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Installation Instructions
Paul from Grinnell, IA
Door Striker broke which was a result of the hinge problem.
Removed the screws holding the door. (One was stuck a little so used an air drill with Phillips head to get the torque needed but someone with a strong grip could have done it as it came out very easily). I removed most of the screws holding the front to back of door to exchange the hinge. There was a problem with the old hinge slopping around and not allowing the door to align properly when shutting it. The new hinge works better. See note*** below on doorframe. I pretty much was able to get the door back together and make it work. I then exchanged the door striker with no problem. It has a built in key so you cannot attach it incorrectly. The next thing was to just reattach the door to the machine and it worked right off the bat. ------------- *** Unfortunately, there were two screw mounts in the Outer Door Frame - Chrome Part Number: PS3495258 that were broken. This doorframe is listed as a $200+ chrome part whereas it is actually a plastic material that is extremely over priced for what it is. Like I mentioned two of the screw mounts had broken off so those screws are just "decoration" now. (These are screws that basically hold the back cover to the front cover). If this becomes a problem, I will simply modify what I have and make the screws fit before I spend $200+ on that part. (It looks like this could be drilled out and a long screw and nut run through to make it work. TELL THE WASHER OPERATOR… just be careful opening and closing the unit (don't slam the door but carefully close it) and it should work a lot longer. I might investigate the make up of a washer the next time I buy one … but the chrome vs. plastic is a hard one to spot. I hope this helps. Read more...
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$150.22
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Washing Machine Door Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS11745072
Manufacturer Part Number WP8183202
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
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Installation Instructions
Theresa from BATESBURG, SC
Not a problem
Unscrewed door screws from washer lifted the door up a little removed door. Unscrewed screws from the glass side and f door remove hinge replaced with new hinge screwed glass door back together. Attached door back to washer screwed screws back in done Read more...
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$80.17
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Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS11750410
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10208415
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t close
  • Lid or door won’t close
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Installation Instructions
Sandy from MILWAUKIE, OR
One of the hinges broke, making the door sag
Using the Torx Screwdriver, we removed the door from the unit. Then we removed all of the screws on the inside of the washer door. After that we flipped it over and opened it up exposing the inside. We couldn't separate them entirely because there was a screw under the latch piece that we couldn't figure out how to get to. However with all the screws out on the inside of the door, we did have enough room to open it up and access the place cover that holds the hinges in. Once we accessed that we removed the roller tips from the old unit and placed them on the new one. Then we reversed the process. With a couple screws in we realized we had put the hinge in reversed from what it needed to be, so we reopened it and switched it around. Then completed replacing all the screws and reattached it to the washer. It opens and closes perfectly and we saved a couple hundred dollars for sure, as the quote to come out had been a $150 trip charge. Read more...
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$4.50
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HINGE
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PartSelect Number PS7795475
Manufacturer Part Number MEF62462103
Installation Instructions
John from TUCSON, AZ
Lid hinge pin receptor (MEF62462103) broken
Remove cover over associated hinge pin assembly and the hinge assembly behind it. With the lid open, remove 4 screws holding on the top assembly, lift and rotate it on its wire cable side and rest it on the machine top frame (it may be necessary to remove the 2 cable restrainers to gain enough play to do this - you will have to remove the large rear cover to accomplish this and be able to reinstall these restrainers). Remove 2 screws fastening the broken hinge pin receptor, install new unit, and fasten with these 2 screws. Install top assembly and a new/repaired hinge pin assembly (most likely the reason for the broken hinge pin receptor).. Replace cable restrainers and rear cover if it was necessary to remove them. Note: These hinge pin assemblies are sold as a set (1 left, 1 right; they are not interchangeable and are expensive). Time to do repair = about 30 minutes. Read more...
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$39.77
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Door Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS8731238
Manufacturer Part Number 00651004
The hinge is mounted on the front of the washer, and the door is installed onto the hinge. When the hinge on a washing machine is broken or bent the door may not swing properly, and it may not close. If your door will not close your washer will not run, so you will need to replace the hinge on your appliance. Make sure you save the white plastic cap bushings from the old hinge, as you will need to install those on your new hinge, they are not included. This hinge is made of metal, and the screws you will need install it are included.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
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Installation Instructions
James from ALEXANDRIA, VA
Hinge bracket snapped off
Removed washing machine door. Then removed old hinge. Replaced with the new hinge. Replaced door. SPECIAL NOTE: Do not lose white plastic rings that cover hinge nipples on washer. The replacement part does not come with these 4 pieces. Read more...
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$5.67
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Washing Machine Lid Hinge Ball
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PartSelect Number PS11738871
Manufacturer Part Number WP211726
This washing machine lid hinge ball is well under an inch in diameter. These hinge balls are sold separately, though two are required per lid. This lid hinge ball is made of plastic and is used for Maytag brand washing machines.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
David from New Orleans, LA
washing machine lid came off during a move
First, I secured one lid hinge ball in its appropriate position between the lid and the washer. While keeping the first ball in place I placed the other lid hinge ball as close to its intended position as I could get it. Next, I pushed the lid and ball into its position. Read more...
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$6.24
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Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS11746532
Manufacturer Part Number WP8563964
This is a replacement lid hinge for your washer. It is approximately 2.5 inches in length and 1.5 inches in width. The lid hinge is what the lid for your washer pivots on. If the lid hinge is damaged, the washer lid may not open or close properly. The lid hinge is screwed into the washer lid. You will need a Phillips-head screwdriver to detach it. There will be a lid hinge on either side of the lid, so be sure to determine if you need to replace both hinges, or only one.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
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$5.67
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Lid Hinge Bearing
PartSelect Number PS11738874
Manufacturer Part Number WP21258
This is the bearing for the lid hinge. Sold individually.
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$21.41
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Wire Hinge - Left Side
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PartSelect Number PS11746533
Manufacturer Part Number WP8563965
This lid hinge is a genuine OEM replacement part for your washing machine. This hinge is for the left side of your lid, although it is a good idea to replace btoh hinges at once. The hinge holds up the washing machine lid and can become rusted over time. This repair is rated easy by our customers.
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Installation Instructions
Ed from NEW BERN, NC
Replace hinge and hinge spring assembly.
I mounted the left and right hinge assemblys into the washer (spring assembly) and then mounted the glass top on to the hinge assemblies. Inserted the screws and tightened as required. Read more...
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$5.67
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Lid Hinge Pin - white
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PartSelect Number PS11739380
Manufacturer Part Number WP22002751
This lid hinge pin is almost two inches long. It is all white in color and is made of plastic.
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Installation Instructions
Jon from KIOWA, CO
Broken Lid Cam, Worn Hinges
Simple remove and replace. Plastic cam and hinges simply snap out, replacement parts snap right back in. Needle nose pliers were helpful to remove broken lid cam. With hinges and lid removed, took advantage of great opportunity to clean lid and and top of washer. Read more...

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