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Whirlpool 8182634 Latch for Washer

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  • Works with models: 7MGHW9150PW0, 7MGHW9400PW0
  • GHW9150PW1, GHW9160PW1
  • GHW9300PW1, GHW9300PW4
  • GHW9400PL1
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 8182634
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions11.8 x 5.4 x 5.3 inches
Item model number8182634
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0053F9CME
Best Sellers Rank #5,827 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 2, 2008
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Whirlpool Part Number 8182634: Lock, Door

From the Manufacturer

Whirlpool 8182634 Latch. Works with models: 7MGHW9150PW0, 7MGHW9400PW0, GHW9150PW1, GHW9160PW1, GHW9300PW1, GHW9300PW4, GHW9400PL1. Genuine Replacement Part.

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Customer Reviews

Easy install and works great.
timguy
Replacement went perfect, worked just like original.
chris dominique
Item was received quickly and was the correct part.
Kyama

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Knitting Momma on October 26, 2012
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Our Kenmore front load washer stopped working. It gave us an error code "F DL". The book said to replace the door lock switch. I ordered one and today I put it in. It was a very easy install - Unplug the machine, accept help from a three year old and a six year old (child labor optional),remove the spring strap from around the front seal, remove three screws holding the switch assembly in place, unplug three wire harnesses on the switch assembly, and replace the switch assemble. It only took about five or ten minutes.

After it was all back together it still didn't work. Then I noticed the latch (the part that is attached to the door) was loose and could slide left and right. I messed with it for a bit, centered it, tightened the screws holding it in place, shut the door and wonder of wonders the machine worked! The original switch wasn't the problem at all! Try this before you order a part just to be safe. Oh, and don't worry about the part; I'm keeping it. I figure it was my own mistake for not looking the machine over better in the first place and there's no reason to return the part, making the seller eat their labor and have to restock it, just because I goofed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Hudson on September 13, 2010
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We have a Whirlpool Duet GHW9200LW that we bought from Best Buy in June of 2003. Last week the door latch broke - the door would not stay closed but the machine would still run if we held it.

An internet search revealed we needed part AP3837611 which appears to have been replaced with this newer part number. Both parts were marked with Made in Germany and EMZ

Both the old and new parts look almost identical and the new part installed without any problems - truly a direct replacement

The hardest part of this repair is folding back the rubber bellows that attaches to the drum.

(Make sure you unplugged the washer before starting)

If you look very closely at the rubber bellow - The outer lip where the rubber comes in contact with the plastic window, you will see a wire hoop around the outside. At the bottom (6 o'clock position) there will be a small spring. Spread the ends where it attaches to the spring (the spring won't come off) so that the spring expands and you can remove the hoop (set it aside for now). You can now fold the rubber bellows back and into the drum to access the switch. You will need a T20 torx bit to remove the three screws holding this part to the front of the washer. Once it is unbolted, there are a couple of wires that need to be unplugged - they simply pull out.

Swap in the new part, and reverse the procedure to put it back together and you should be good to go

I ordered this part on a Wednesday and received it in the mail the next Monday - also the price was reasonable when compared with eBay and other Vendors. Amazon makes it easy to order so I used them
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on November 29, 2014
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We have a Maytag Neptune front-loader, model no. MAH8700AWW, that we bought in mid-2006. About a year ago, I must have been hurrying while putting things in the washer and caught something on the door switch, snapping it off. (What I refer to as the door switch is that little thing that pushes in to let the washer know the door is closed so that it can lock.) At that time I was able to use a little Krazy Glue to fix it, but last Saturday it broke off again and wouldn't go back on with Krazy Glue. I figured it would be this little piece that would cost an arm and a leg to replace, making me question whether, with all the little issues we've had with this washer over the past 8+ years, we should just buy a new washer, especially with Black Friday approaching. Thankfully I was able to do some online research to discover that the part would cost less than a hundred bucks. However I was still concerned about how much it would cost to have someone come replace the part. With a little more research I was able to find a great video that showed me how to replace the part myself. Additionally I found the part here on Amazon for less than fifty bucks, plus I got 2-day shipping with Prime, and I was able to replace the old switch in about 10 minutes while I had two kids under four distracting me. All I needed was a screwdriver and a pair of pliers. The video I watched is on YouTube, posted by Appliance Parts Pros dot com (though they sell the part considerably more expensively than Amazon does). You'll have to search for the video because I don't think I'm allowed to post it here.

My research led me to the original part number, Whirlpool AP3837611, which I was able to confirm through the multiple reputable sites as having been replaced by Whirlpool 8182634.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sam on April 9, 2013
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Does it's job exactly although it's expensive just to replace a broken hook inside (for me) which should be made of metal in the first place.

I suppose however like almost everything these days, it's made of plastic to save a few pennies and the door hook/latch is also plastic (that's what broke in my last assembly) so treat it with care.

This is the part you want if you're getting the 'F DL' error code. My machine works if I hold the door closed when the machine is on - so I know it's this door assembly. This is one big part that holds the switch, the latch, and electrics so you know there's nothing else that can be causing this - other than an electrical issue with the main circuit board.

Easy to install - takes about 10 minutes. Look on Youtube for videos of how to change this part. The hardest part is replacing the metal spring clamp around the boot once done - and that takes about a minute or two!

I bought this through a 3rd party vendor via Amazon so shipping was extra. The original door assembly lasted 10 years so I hope this one does too.

In all, it's expensive for what it is but necessary if you don't want to buy a new machine!

***UPDATE*** 11/12/14
Still going strong after a year. I expect it to last as long as I don't abuse it.
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