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 Posted: Wed Sep 15th, 2010 11:38 pm
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Konnichiwa esteemed brethren. My washer has lost its honor. It is so loud during spin cycle that my dogs are gving me dishononarable looks. I have spent a lot of time fruitlessly searching posts and the parts section for the bearings I need. Can someone please provide the part numbers I need for the bearings, tub seal and bearing seal I wil need. Please advise if there are any other parts I should buy.

I am confident I can do the job. I replaced the tub seal once before.

Also, I seem to have read that there is an inner and an outer bearing that would need to be replaced. True?

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If the rear bearing is what you seek and it sounds like it is...can't just get the bearing..have to get the back half of the tub.


Rear Tub & Bearing Link




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Thanks very much, wise one, but I'd buy a new washer before I sink $250.00 in to repairing it. It's nine years old. I thought sure that the bearing(s) were available. Still not sure if it is a single bearing or an inner and outer bearing.

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Kenmore 417.41142000 ... built by Frigidaire



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Thanks for your reply, is there a subliminal message within?

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Kenmore 417.41142000 ... built by Frigidaire

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no, just FYI ...

if you're looking to buy a new Washer ..

similar Frigidaires seem to have that problem ..

not to be confused with Kenmores built by Whirlpool ... 110.xxxxxxxx

 



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Perhaps the message is that Whirlpool's are a tad better?

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About the same as far as the bearing. And no, Cant just get the bearing...All front loaders are the same...if the bearing goes out you have to replace the back half of the tub. None of the Manufactures off the bearing by itself.



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I've been replacing the bearings and seals in these machines with good results. You have to have access to a press though. They are common size bearings available at the local machine and industrial supply outlet. (Kinecor in Dartmouth NS, there's likely such supply outlets in any major center, or on-line)
I also change the bearings in the motor.

Cost for a set of bearings and a seal is about $30 here.

Motor bearing: part number 6202
Inner tub bearing: part number 6307
outer tub bearing: part number 6306
tub seal: part number 408010-DL

I also call on them for other parts, often the appliance parts outlets cannot source a part for me, an recent example was a pump seal for a Hitachi portable automatic washer, I would have accepted that I'd have to replace the entire pump, but they couldn't get one. So I took the pump apart, took the seal to Kinecor, it was about $5.00 for a new one.


I keep a spare rebuilt rear tub and motor (initially saved from a washer that had been junked), when I come across one that has bad bearings, I can change it out with my rebuilt one, saves a lot of time and money, most people will opt for saving a couple hundred $. I'll then rebuild the one removed and have it ready for the next time it's needed.

Last edited on Sun Sep 19th, 2010 01:11 pm by krikkit

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