Door strike/catch for front-loading washing machine. The washer door must be latched shut in order for the washer to start. If the door strike is damaged or defective, the washer door won't latch, and the washer will not be able to start.
Door lock & switch assembly
Washer drive belt. If this belt is broken, the washer will not spin or agitate.
Washing machine drain pump. On some models you will need to configure the replacement pump to match the old pumps outlet port direction and reuse the old mounting bracket. If the washer does not drain then the drain pump may be clogged, damaged, or defective.
Knob for selector switches on washing machines and dryers. Fits onto a D-shaped shaft. Includes shaft spring to hold knob in place.
Washing machine shock absorber kit. The shock absorbers dampen the vibration of the washer tub. If one or more of the shock absorbers are worn out, the washer will vibrate or shake.
Washing machine door boot. If the washer is leaking, the door boot may have a tear in it. Overloading the washer is the most common cause for a torn door boot.
Shock absorber mounting pin
Washing machine inner tub drive belt, 6 ribs.
Washer water inlet valve with thermistor. If the washer fills slowly or does not fill at all, then the water valve may be restricted and require replacement.
Washing machine main tub seal assembly. If the washer leaks then the tub seal may be bad.
Water inlet valve. The water inlet valve opens to allow hot, cold or warm water to enter the washing machine. If the water inlet valve is defective, the washer may fill slowly or not fill at all.
Washing machine belt tension pulley assembly
Retaining ring with spring for boot seal.