This is an OEM part from KitchenAid. This Retaining Clip is used in all KitchenAid stand mixers. The Clip is made of metal. This part is used on the Agitator Shaft to hold the Pinion Gear into place. This part is commonly replaced with part number 9707627 Pinion Gear, part number 9708191 Agitator, and part number 9706090 Washer. The Retaining Ring can be damaged when removed when performing a different repair or easily lost.
This is an authentic OEM part for use with Whirlpool Dryers. The Thermal fuse shuts off the heating element when the dryer overheats. The two most common reasons for replacing the thermal fuse are when the dryer doesn't heat or won’t start. This part is sold individually. The tools that you will need to replace the thermal fuse are a hex socket, flat head screwdriver, Phillips head screwdriver and a putty knife. We recommend checking to make sure all of the vents are clear when you perform this repair.
This is a genuine manufacturer-sourced part which is specially designed for use with Whirlpool Dryers. The flat can heating element generates the heat for drying the clothes. The flat can heating element is strung with a coiled wire that is made out of a nickel and chrome alloy. This part is sold individually. Reasons for replacing the flat can heating element is if your dryer is taking longer to dry clothes and there is no heat in the dryer but it still spins. Tools you will need for this repair are a 1/4
This is a genuine manufacturer-sourced component which is specially designed for Whirlpool washers. The most common reason to replace the drive belt is if it is broken and the dryer drum is not turning. This part is sold individually. Tools needed to replace the drive belt a small flat head screwdriver or putty knife and a Phillips screwdriver.
It is a genuine item that is supplied by the original equipment manufacturer. This part is made for use with Whirlpool residential dryers. The door switch acts as a sensor to allow the washer to start when the door is closed. Unfortunately, over time it may wear out, get damaged or stop working all together eventually requiring a replacement. If the dryer does not start then the door switch could be defective. Note, this high-quality plastic body assembly is sold individually. To replace it, you will need a screwdriver to take the housing apart. The switch simply connects to the unit with an attached wire harness.