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I have a hole in the disk spinner? It is golf ball size. Where can I get a replacement part and do you know the part number? Can I use the washer as is until I get the replacement part?

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I assume your machine is a FAV6800A or FAV9800A and we are talking about the tumbler or Wash Plate as it is also called of those machines.

There is Left and Right version of the tumblers. You will have to remove the tumbler (see page 37 of the Service Manual for Tumbler Removal) and see if you can ID if it’s a left or right side tumbler.

You will need a Torx #20 driver to remove the Service Manual doesn’t call that out. Then you can ID which tumbler needs to be replaced. The left and right side markings are on the inside of the Tumbler/Wash Plate.

The Service Manual for reference. Sears Parts Direct for reference.

I would check Ebay you can take a look at a site like Sears Parts Direct in the above link also for a replacement.

The p/n’s that I found at searspartsdirect.com = 12002203 I believe is the Right Side and 12002204 Left Side but make sure you check the marking as to R or L as the Service Manual indicates. Also check with the parts supplier for proper replacement p/n.

“”Can I use the washer as is until I get the replacement part?”” I would be concerned about damage to the wash load if part of the wash load gets snagged on the edges of the hole.

Any idea how that happned?.........Rich

Posted on May 17, 2010

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