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Whirlpool 'Check-valve' Washer Pump #3363892

(I've been closing these out, and recently sold my last one!)

My distributor normally stocks them in his Ebay
store at wholesale prices, posted


Whirlpool 3363892 washer pump   Whirlpool 3363892 washer pump ports


Here's the Genuine 'OEM' Whirlpool (not an 'aftermarket' [shudder]) direct-drive washer pump, part #3363892. This is one of two pumps in use in these excellent machines.


The best way to identify your machine's pump is by the sizes of the two ports to which the hoses attach. If they're nearly the same diameter (within 1/8" of each other), then this is your pump. If they're dramatically different in size, then you'll want the 3363394 version (that one's cheaper, but they don't interchange).


Pump failure's fairly common on these very reliable clothes washers, and the only source of leaks I see from them on a regular basis. And I've had bad experiences with aftermarket brands, so pumps are one of the parts that I recommend buying in only the genuine 'OEM' Whirlpool versions.


If you own a Whirlpool, Kenmore, Kitchenaid, Estate, or Roper top-load, direct-drive washer that uses this pump, then you'll want to pick one of these up ASAP and keep it on hand.  


If you aren't sure which one your washer uses, feel free to email me with your model number (usually on a tag under the lid) and I'll be happy to research it for you.


(Oh, and remember to lightly Vaseline® the motor shaft before you install it - will make replacement A LOT easier if there's a 'next time'!) Click Here for installation instructions.


Thank you!


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