This machine was bought used but everything seems to be intact and all pieces there, but when it does in to the spin cycle it jumps, bangs and shakes across the floor, can you help us with what may be wrong with it?
Look in back of mach for 4 shipping bolts.they are usually housed in a rubber grommet surrounded by a yellow plastic shaft.if they are there remove all 4 of them.also remove bottom access panel by taking out 2 screws(1 on each bottom corner)look for 1 or 2 yellow steel bars connecting base to tub.if they are there remove.if none of these shipping bolts or brackets are there,you have a broken basket.if that's the case,try to get your money back or buy a new mach.it is a $600 repair..good luck
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Drain by lowering main drain hose below pump into shallow bucket, remove front lower panel , take large hose off back of pump clean out hose, may have to take 2 screws out of pump mount to look in pump mine was being stopped by a nail,the$6.75 in change was still in the hose
log on to applianceaid.com/appliance-repair-help. find your make ,model and they will give you step by step instructions on the repair. the site also includes pictures of every detail. good luck ,Steve
That is about the right price. Here is a link to the part and you could replace the part yourself.
Just remove the 2 screws that hold the front bottom kick plate on and remove it. The control board will be on the bottom right side toward the back of the machine.
There is a belt tensioner pulley. If it is failed - your belt won't properly tension.
It appears your tensioner has failed in this instance.
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If your unit has never been serviced - there should still be an original service manual enclosed in plastic taped to the inside of the shell. In the service manual are Error codes, maintenance procedures, and troubleshooting steps you can follow.
Anything too complicated or beyond your scope should be handled by a professional.
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Hello , i can try to help , I have always got these belts on by starting the belt on the small pulley/motor , then rolling it on the large pulley , kinda like putting a bike chain on. Let me know if you have any other questions and how it turns out.