The Whirlpool washer model #LSN2000LW1 transmission, or gearcase assembly, has a full one-year warranty. The second through fifth years have a limited warranty for the gearcase assembly. This model number was manufactured in 2003.Continue Reading
The top and lid of this washer also fall under the two- to five-year limited warranty The outer tub has a limited warranty for the second through tenth years, while the white porcelain tub has a lifetime limited warranty.
A copy of this warranty is found on the Whirlpool website in the "Manuals and Literature" link under the "Service and Support" section. A manual for this washer is also available under this link.Learn more about Appliances
Every Whirlpool washer comes with a warranty that covers both parts and labor for the first year. After the first year, certain parts are covered by extended warranties, but these extended warranties do not cover labor.Full Answer >
A Whirlpool washer may not spin or drain because the pump may be clogged, the breaker may have been tripped and simply needs to be reset, the washing machine lid may be defective, the motor coupler may be broken, a belt may be broken or the transmission isn't shifting properly. Another common cause of this malfunction is the computer inside the washer sending a fault code to the motor due to a load imbalance, an electrical spike or a problem with the computer itself.Full Answer >
The specific parts that are covered under the warranty for a Whirlpool dryer vary from model to model. Most Whirlpool dryers come with a one-year limited parts and labor warranty, as of 2015, which covers all parts against any defects in workmanship or materials.Full Answer >
As of 2015, Whirlpool washers range in price from $400 to over $1,000, depending on the model the consumer chooses. Top-loading machines with agitators are less expensive while high-efficiency machines cost more. HE washing machines area available in both top-loading and front-loading models.Full Answer >