Question about Estate TAWS850PQ
I just bought a Whirlpool Estate TAWS850PQ used. I am told that it is 3 years old. After hooking it up everything appeared normal. I turned it on without putting clothes in it. It filled, agitated, and drained fine. Once it got up to speed in the spin cycle though, it was as if a small person was banging on the front of it to get out. Bang Bang Bang really loud. It continued until I lifted the lid and the cycle stopped. Any suggestions as to what is wrong? Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: not agitating
Check your drive coupler. Its the rubber piece between the motor and the transmission which makes the washer agitate and spin. the easiest way to check it is to lean the machine back and look for rubber on the floor. Then look behind the motor to see if it is still in tact. Next try wiggling it, If it wiggles a lot replace it. If that doesnt fix your problem, you probably have a bad transmission.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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