Drain Pump Assembly

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Part Number PD00002554
Manufacturer Part W10130913
Manufactured By Whirlpool OEM
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Part Description

Front load washer drain pump and motor assembly.  This complete assembly includes the motor, pump housing, and filter.  The motor, impeller, & filter are only available as part of this assembly, they are not sold separately. This is a new GENUINE Whirlpool replacement part.  

Commonly found on Whirlpool Duet Sport and Maytag Epic Z washer models.

Compatible Brands

  • Amana
  • Inglis
  • Kenmore
  • Maytag
  • Whirlpool

This Part PD00002554 (Mfg #W10130913) replaces these parts:

  • 8540024
  • 8540024-B
  • 8540025
  • 8540026
  • 8540027
  • 8540028
  • 8540996
  • W10117829
  • W10130913-B
  • W10130914
  • W10183434
  • W10190647

Our Competitor’s Part Numbers for this part

  • AP4308966
  • PS1960402
  • EAP1960402
  • 1373005

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Part
  • Drain Pump Assembly
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Customer
Marshall from VA
Problem

Replacement of Drain Pump part number: W10130913 If your washer does NOT drain, the pump may be out. If you are getting an error reading of "F21" it means the washer is not draining properly, and this should be obvious if there is water in the tub.

Tools

Ratchet, Sockets, Pliers

Repair & Advice

First remove any water in the tub. If your washer is on the floor, place a couple thick items under the legs so you can remove the bottom panel easier. Take a driver and remove the THREE hex screws on the bottom panel- then drop the panel down and remove. At this point, you should see the filter on the pump housing facing you, turn it counter-clockwise slowly, and drain the rest of the water out of the washer tub before continuing. ( The filter turns kinda hard). Underneath the washer are TWO hex screws holding the pump in place. Remove them. Take a pliers and pinch the clamp on the main drain rubber hose that goes into the pump ( the black one ). The smaller hose going into the pump just pulls off. The pump can now be removed by sliding it a little toward the right side, rubber grommets hold it into place. Put the new pump in by doing the reverse of what you just did.

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Part
  • Drain Pump Assembly
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Customer
John from VA
Problem

Not draining, Rinsing etc.

Tools

socket, ratchet, nut driver, pliers

Repair & Advice

Washer not draining, rinsing. Impeller in drain pump assembly broken. Replaced part, washer works fine.

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Part
  • Drain Pump Assembly
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Customer
Mitch from KY
Problem

The drain pump stopped working in our HE2plus washing machine.

Tools

1/4 inch hex driver (or screw driver) and pliers

Repair & Advice

The job of replacing the pump took me a total of ten minutes once the part came in, which was 3 days earlier than expected. I already had the washer drained, so I am not counting that in replacement time, but it doesn't take long either. The pump is held in by rubber grommets to the base of the washing machine. The old pump coming out of the machine is the hardest part, it takes a little more push than you might think. The new pump went right into place and locked in tight and secure. Hoses attached snug. I am not typically good at replacing parts, but this was easy. And the cost was cheaper than anywhere else I found. I was my wife's hero that evening.