Question about Whirlpool Estate TAWS750PQ 27-Inch Washer
Those are going to be an oem part or original equipment manufacturer. You will have to order those from the company that manufactured it.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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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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