You do NOT need Sears parts. You machine is a Whirlpool badged by
Here is some good advice:
Look in your yellow pages to see if you have a Johnstone Supply in
your area. They carry extensive appliance repair parts. You may
have other appliance repair part stores.
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
Poster pays $100 now to fix machine. Maybe he will get another 13
years then that $100 was a good deal. If one or two years down the
line he has to pay for something else then it was a waste. So that
$200 extra he pays to get a new machine might get him another 13
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