Whirlpool Cabrio UL Error Fix

Does your Whirlpool Cabrio, Kenmore Oasis, or Maytag Bravo bang in spin cycle, or does it stop spinning all together and flash UL?  This is usually caused by the original suspension rods that came with your machine.  These rods tend to become faulty.  There is an easy/inexpensive fix for that.  Whirlpool made an improved suspension rod kit W10189077.  Here’s a video that will show you how to replace the suspension rods: Contents1 Where to buy Part W101890772 Find Your Part Number 365 Day Warranty3 Buy suspension rods with 365 day warranty Where to buy Part W10189077 Repair Clinic – 365

Whirlpool Cabrio Error Codes

How this error code thing works Below is a list of error codes for the Whirlpool Cabrio along with with explanations and recommended procedures. Over time I will interject some commentaries to help you better pinpoint the possible cause(s) to your problem. I have so far written more in depth posts on the following Whirlpool Cabrio error codes:  F1 errorcode, Ul error code. This website exists because of support from readers like you.  If you purchase any Whirlpool Cabrio washer parts through my sponsors (Repair Clinic offers a 365 day returns on all parts) via links on my website, as a

Whirlpool Cabrio Bearing Repair with Video – Kit W10435302

If you are on this page you probably either suspect or know that the bearings are going out on your Whirlpool Cabrio, Maytag Bravo, or Kenmore Oasis.  To help you find the answer to questions that you may have about bearing repair to the model washers above either follow the table contents below, read the whole post in its entirety, or check out my FAQ on Whirlpool bearing repair here.  If you need to know the part number or where to purchase the bearing kit from click here. This website exists because of support from readers like you.  If you

Going Old School – Speed Queen AA5221WD

I had the opportunity the other day to help my neighbor with his dryer problem.  He has a matching Speed Queen washer and dryer pair manufactured in 1988.  If you are good at math, the machines are 24 years old.  The dryer would heat up at first, and then stop heating.  I gave my neighbor valve coils, and solved that problem. The following week, my neighbor’s washer started acting up.  The complaint was it wasn’t draining.  When I went over to take a look at it, it started draining again, but I noticed the black residue inside the washer along with a leaky pump.  (The black residue was from the main drive belt wearing down.)  I replaced the belt and the pump.  Now the washer is back in business again.  I wonder if this machine will last another 24 years?  Here are the details of the repair: To open up the cabinet, I first had to unscrew the to bottom screws shown in the picture below.  They are 5/16 hex head screws. Next, using a putty knife I depressed the two top tabs that hold the front panel on.

Obviously, the panel was already taken off, just pointing out where the tabs are.

As I opened up the cabinet, this is what I saw:

A massive amount of dust caused by a worn belt.


You can’t tell in the picture, but the pump was leaking water about where this arrow is.

To fix this, I had to replace the pump part number AP4041423 and the spin and agitate belt part number AP4035955.  I first removed the pump by removing all the hoses that went to the pump.  Then there are 3 screws that hold down the pump bracket.  I removed those, removed the pump and bracket, removed the pump from the bracket by unscrewing the 4 screws on the bottom of the bracket.  See pics:

Removing hoses


Removed these 4 screws and then mounted the new pump back to the bracket.

Before putting the new pump back in, I replaced the agitating and spin belt.  To remove the old belt you have to turn the larger pulley while working the belt off like you would a bike chain.  I put the new belt on using the same method as you would putting on the bike chain, reattached the pump belt, re-installed the pump and bracket and put the hoses back on.  After everything was reassembled, I tested for leads then put the front panel back on.  It’s as good as new.

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