Washing machine drain hose with bellows. This drain hose makes a connection from the washer tub to the drain pump.
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 rear drum support and shaft assembly (also called a spider).
Washing machine filter and trap assembly.
Washing machine rear outer tub assembly with bearings. If the tub bearing system is defective the washer can become very noisy.
Shock absorber locking pin
Box assembly, liquid detergent
Door boot seal (or door gasket) with drain port. If the washer is leaking, the door boot may be torn. Door boots are commonly torn as a result of overloading the washer.
Circulation pump assembly
Circulation or drain pump motor & impeller. This pump is found on both washing machines and dishwashers. On washing machines, this pump is used to circulate the water. On dishwashers, it is used to drain water from the dishwasher.
Water level pressure switch
Dispenser drawer housing
Washing machine rotor assembly. The rotor interacts with the stator to create a strong electromagnetic field which rotates the tub in either direction. If the magnets on the rotor are damaged, or if any part of the rotor is defective, the washer may not spin or agitate.
Front drum cover WITH drain port. *Original front drum cover did not have drain port. If cover is being used on a machine that did not have a drain port it will need to be plugged or Related Items below will be needed.