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Parts: What is its name? or how do I find it?

I located the following comment in your forum:

The spindle has a plastic gear bolted to the bottom of it. It meshes with other gears in the tranny. It has sheered teath and is making the noise.

Can you tell what the gear is officially titled and where I can find it. I also cannot locate a manual for this model do you have any suggestions?

Thanks,
Paula ([email protected])

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Hello Pdwillie,

you said,

I located the following comment in your forum:

The spindle has a plastic gear bolted to the bottom of it. It meshes with other gears in the tranny. It has sheered teeth and is making the noise.

Can you tell what the gear is officially titled and where I can find it. I also cannot locate a manual for this model do you have any suggestions?

Thanks,
Paula

Sounds like you need to replace the transmission!
How old is the washer?
admiral is a low end washer and may not be worth investing good money into bad!

The trans goes, so dose the washer ! To the scrape yard.
the new ones will pay for them selves in a few years in water and energy savings.

Never heard of anyone replacing parts in the trans. We replace the trans or advise the customer to replace the washer if its older than 5 years!The trans should last for at least 10 years!

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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