There are many odd parts on a washing machine, we’ve put all of these here under miscellaneous, whether you’re after a power cord or an electrical filter suppressor we’ve got you covered.
Whether you need new or recycled, used parts we can help you save money and the environment. And if your feeling handy, we've got videos on our YouTube channel to show you how to replace miscellaneous parts like a pro.
But here’s a pro-tip: When searching for those misc. parts make sure to have the full model number or a spare party handy (model numbers can usually be found on your machine's identification plate). trust us it’ll save you a lot of time and prevent any missteps in your search for the perfect replacement part
Oh boy, washing machines sure do have a knack for hiding their little secrets, don't they? I mean, have you ever tried to find the "tachometer coil" on one of these bad boys? Good luck, because it's like trying to find a needle in a haystack made of other needles. And let's not even get started on the ridiculous names some manufacturers give their parts. "Agitator shaft assembly"? More like "where the heck is that thing located" assembly. And don't even get me started on the "flow control"! I mean seriously, what is that even supposed to mean? This industry, I tell ya.
Don't worry, you can always contact us if you get stuck with your problem