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Washer tub to lose and bits of melted plastic around tub and on my clothes

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Broken drive belt ,losse plley spin brake fails to release, tran frozzen

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Washer leaks but onlyu during drying cycle


the main drama i have with these lg washer/dryers is the drying vent blocks up with lint which causes excess heat build up around the heater and it often results in a small hole melting through the front tub under the heater vent where it joins to the plastic tub, it also results in water leaking out the melted hole when it dries but not during the wash as the hole is at the top of the tub, parts are relatively cheap for what they are but its a massive job to replace the front tub.

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Burnt smell bits of plastic found inside


A WM1814CW does not have a built-in water heater, so I think your
load may have gotten trapped between the spinning tub and plastic
front tub cover..Roll back the gray gasket to expose and check the
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The agitator is the large part inside a top load washer tub that moves the clothes around while they wash and rinse.

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Plastic in clothes after wash


not generally this occurs when an oversized load did a blanket get washer with other items if so was over loaded and scrapped the tub ring

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Clothing in between tub and will not spin at high speed on spin cycle i think i need to remove agitator to remove whatever is stuck around shaft and tub


Remove the cabinet.
Remove the plastic ring snapped to the outer tub.
Use a wire coat hanger to remove the garment.
Replace the plastic ring and the cabinet.

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Clothes smell on some cycles


You need to clean the tubs.

Unplug the machine.

Remove the agitator top. Remove the screw or plastic sleeve that holds the agitator down. A 1/2 inch socket extension will fit in the plastic sleeve. Pull the agitator out.

Now you will need to remove the nut that holds the inner tub. A spanner wrench is the best way, but you can use a large screwdriver to lossen the nut. Pull the inner tub. If it doesn't release take a hammer and a driving tool aka anything that will reach and not destroy the crown and tap all the way around the crown. If that doesn't release it, get someone to tap while you pull the tub. Be careful not to break the fill tube. I have broken quite a few being in a hurry. Haste makes waste.

Now with the tub pulled, clean the inside of the outer tub and the outside of the inner tub. Reassemble the machine.

FYI, liquid fabric softener and/or using too much detergent will cause the sewage smell. Liquid fabric softener is terrible for your machine. Use dryer sheets if you can adapt to them.

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Nylon or plastic bushing around tub breaking down


sounds like you have abadrear bearing, not cost effective to repair by you, parts have a 5-10 yrs warr, you would need to check your manual, usuallt wind up replacing, the rear drum, inner basket, without warr theese parts are probalby 650 dollars. so i would call an authorized servicer(whirlpool wont send you parts even though they're warr)

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Funky smell from working Whirlpool Ultimate Care II


run the washer then smell the motor or see if anything has jumped the tub and causing the clutch to pull harder

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Plastic pulley melting


Whatever the pulley is attached to has seized. Either the water pump or tub drive, or something else has stopped spinning. The belt continued to run because the motor kept pulling it, and the friction from the belt melted the plastic pulley. Hopefully its the water pump, as its the most inexpensive. You should change the belt along with this fix, it has also got hot and probable will not last as long as it should.

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Sounds like washer mites. Put some cheese on the top of the washer after the load finishes. Then leave for at least 60 minutes. The mites will eat the cheese, be satisfied, and your wash will be good next time.

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