Washing machine drain pump. If the washer does not drain then the drain pump may be clogged, damaged, or defective.
Washer hot water inlet valve. Standard hose fitting inlet, 1 water outlet. The water inlet valve opens to allow water to enter the washing machine. If the water inlet valve is defective, the wash may fill slowly or not fill at all.
Washing machine rotor position sensor assembly. This part is also called a hall sensor or motor sensor. When this part fails the control may display an LE error code.
Washer door lock latch assembly. The door lock secures the washer door shut during operation. Once the washing machine door is closed, the washer can begin operating. If the door lock is defective, the washer door will not latch properly.
Tub bearing. This part is very difficult to install. The manufacturer recommends replacing the complete rear tub and bearing assembly.
Washer tub bearing, rear. This part is very difficult to install. The manufacturer recommends replacing the complete rear tub and bearing assembly.
Washing machine tub seal. If the washing machine is leaking water from above the transmission, this seal is likely damaged or worn out.
Washing machine tub seal. Located between the front outer tub and rear outer tub. If the washing machine is leaking water from between these two tubs, this seal is likely damaged or worn out.
Washing machine water inlet and dispenser valve assembly. If the washer does not fill properly the valve may be resticted and need replacement. We do not recommend taking inlet valves apart and trying to clean them due to the risk of failure after repair.
Washing machine drain hose with bellows. This drain hose makes a connection from the washer tub to the drain pump.
Washing machine short shipping bolt assembly. Keeps the tubs from moving during shipping to prevent damage.
Washing machine door boot clamp for front panel.
Shock absorber kit
Washing machine drain hose. If the drain hose is cracked, it will leak water during the washer's drain cycle.