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Post# 974273   12/17/2017 at 15:37 (309 days old) by Tazz (western massachusetts)        

I'm going to be doing a overhaul on this washer as it's really starting to groan. Is there any place in particular that I should be getting parts from or does it not really matter. I mean that like Repair clinic, appliance parts pro, etc, Ebay (any particular sellers) pretty much all carry the same parts right. If I need any of the not so common parts such as transmission stuff where would I go about finding them. I've been looking but parts are getting scarce, not as scarce as that A606 I'm finding out though.
I pretty much know what I have to do and what I'm in for.... I've been going through all the articles here on replacing seals, bearings, changing trans fluid and such.


Post# 974277 , Reply# 1   12/17/2017 at 16:25 (309 days old) by Good-Shepherd (New Jersey)        

Ebay is the first place I look, usually prices are better and no sales tax. I'll go to the online appliance part vendors if I can't find what I need elsewhere.

Some parts are getting more expensive, along with most everything else these days, but the main wear items are available, especially if familiar with proper names and part #.

Post# 974279 , Reply# 2   12/17/2017 at 16:35 (309 days old) by Tazz (western massachusetts)        

Original parts are always better than aftermarket in my opinion, thanks for the links.

Post# 974290 , Reply# 3   12/17/2017 at 17:12 (309 days old) by coldspot66 (Plymouth, Mass)        

Try Appliance Parts Center in Raynham, Ma 1-800-540-0800.They are my parts supplier. Service is great..prices are good....maybe not as good as Ebay. Worth a try!

Post# 974296 , Reply# 4   12/17/2017 at 17:39 (309 days old) by Tazz (western massachusetts)        

Local is good for sure, 75 miles for me, a good day trip with the family, get me the heck away from Springfield for the day.

Post# 974343 , Reply# 5   12/17/2017 at 21:07 (308 days old) by coldspot66 (Plymouth, Mass)        

You can call and have parts sent to you.

Post# 974365 , Reply# 6   12/18/2017 at 00:14 (308 days old) by Tazz (western massachusetts)        

Sometimes you just need a road trip though.

Post# 974451 , Reply# 7   12/18/2017 at 12:19 (308 days old) by coldspot66 (Plymouth, Mass)        

Just make sure they have the parts in stock before you hit the road. They will put them aside for you until you get there.

Post# 974463 , Reply# 8   12/18/2017 at 13:56 (308 days old) by Tazz (western massachusetts)        


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