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My whirlpool estate washer was making noise and found three clips on bottom mount and one was broken allowing tub to move where do i get these

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Those are going to be an oem part or original equipment manufacturer. You will have to order those from the company that manufactured it.

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It makes a loud noise in the spin cycle.


It could be the rubber support for the tub suspension arms. If you can easily move the tub with little resistance you need to inspect the support arms. The top panel should lift back on hinges after you free the front clips. Make sure you do not have to loosen any screws behind the washer as some models are different. You can use a small wood wedge or a putty knife with duct tape on the blade so you do not scratch the enamel paint and gently pry up the front of the top panel. Once you lift the panel back you can inspect the arms which support the tub and easily replace the defective support or rubber shock absorber. If the rubber around the tub supports is not broken or lose, the transmission and solenoids should be inspected from the bottom of the washer.

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Whirlpool front load washers have shock absorbers that helps them in moving the washer around the place. Due to regular usage of the washer it may tend to break.This will result in drum hammering sound . To clear this problem pull the bottom front off and check the shocks. Typically the rings where the pins go through are where they will break. You have to grab them and should have a complete check by moving them to see that whether they are broken.
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The suspension plate should be loose and float between the frame and base. The pin you saw was a shipping pin, they usually are caught in a little plastic cup attached to the base but sometimes fall to the floor, this is normal too. The tub being loose is normal for the top, it is held down by the springs below the tub but nothing on top. By a loud noise, what kind of noise is it? If it is a very loud ratcheting noise when it slows down then the basket drive(spin tube) and block need to be replaced. If it is a growling noise then that is pump and may be normal if the basket is not spinning. If this is the case look very close for an article of clothing caught between the tub and basket.

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Check the Vibration damper rods to be sure that...
1. They are there and mount is solid.
2. If they are broken in 1/2.
3. The plastic knuckle mounts are not missing/broken.
4. There is oil in the shock absorber/spring section of the rods.

Also - there are suspension springs on the bottom of the tub that could be broken and/or missing.

Replace/repair as necessary.

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The first question I have is why to you want to replace the front tub? I had a problem with the metal tub knocking and gouging the front tub. When I took it apart, I found a broken bracket on the metal drum that caused it to spin off center.
If you want to replace the front tub, It is hard to get to, but it can be done. The front tub is held in place by two large springs at the top and 4 shock absorbers at the bottom. The shocks just turn 90 degrees and they can be disconnected.
Please be aware that there are three heave weights in the washer to make it run smooth during the spin cycle. Therefore, the tub assembly is heavy. There are also several wiring harnesses that have to be disconnected to get the tub out.
Once you get the tub out it is fairly easy to get the front off. There are about 20 clips that hold the front to the back tub.
It is a two man job since it is so heavy.

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Murph!

Good job on the coupler and agitator cam! Way to go!

Now for the grinding noise... I assume that it wasn't making that noise before you worked on it, right? (except for the noise it makes when the coupler has failed. It make a kind of grinding noise, too.) So I'll assume that this is a different grinding noise.

2 things will cause this in "spin".

1.) Something is caught between the inner and outer tubs. Since you've had the cabinet off, you know that there is a perforated steel inner drum (the one with holes in it) and a plastic outer drum to contain the water. I've seen nails, paper clips, etc... get through the holes of the inner tub and get caught there. When the unit goes into spin, the object will spin along with the inner tub and rub the outer tub making a scraping/grinding noise.
To find out if this is the problem, remove the agitator again... yes the entire top and bottom portions of it. Now CAREFULLY inspect the inner tub and look for anything that may be stuck in the holes. It'll be small, so use a good flashlight.

2.) The "drive block" has cracked/broken and allowed the inner tub to drop to the point that it's grinding on the outer tub base. This one is a bit more intense than the fix above. If you would, please verify that there's nothing in the inner tub before we proceed to the next step.
Note----> I don't doubt that you can't handle the next repair. It's just that I want to eliminate the simple stuff before moving to the more complex stuff.

Let me know what you find, OK? Also... BEFORE you remove the agitator, look at the distance between the bottom of the agitator and the base of the inner tub. Use your finger for measurement. You should NOT be able to fit the tip of your finger between the two. If you can, write back 'cause then we'll be going into the drive block (#2) repair.

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