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Washer Drive Block WP389140


Part #WP389140

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Part Information

This drive block (part number WP389140) is for washers.

Drive block WP389140 connects the spin basket to the basket drive to spin the basket.

Unplug the washer before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.

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1-4 of 4 reviews
tom 58
croton on hudson nyReviews 1Votes 0
• 1 year ago
tom 58• 1 year ago
very simple to install and fit perfect

it took only 30 minutes to take the machine apart and install the drive block and put it back together

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
MSO Offline • 1 year ago

We are so thrilled you had a 5-star experience. Thank you for taking the time to leave us a rating. We thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct for your part needs!

Reviews 1Votes 0
• 2 years ago
• 2 years ago
Block Drive

I received this part in a timely fashion, it worked perfect and the video on the sears repair website was an excellent help. it saved me tons of time and money. Thank you.

Elk Grove Village, IllinoisReviews 3Votes 1
• 4 years ago
Edco• 4 years ago
Broke Stud

Easy to install. Time consuming to get to the part in the gear case.

Gizur 51
Novato, CA.Reviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
Gizur 51• 3 years ago

Before starting this repair I watched several useful videos on You Tube. I did notice that all the videos I watched were all of brand -new machines and everything came apart with little apparent effort. I suspect that most machines needing repair have been service for a number of years... mine included. The hardest parts were undoing the spanner nut, and separating the tub from the drive block. Once the tub came out, I used a 3 prong gear puller to release the old part which took less that a minute. The part fitted perfectly, washer runs like new.

1-4 of 4 reviews