Question about Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
These sites above will help; Yo get a Schematic, you need a service manual, I was unable to find one for your model.
This link above, has "Generic" manuals, download one of them, you will find a schematic diagram, of a generic, circuit, they are all pretty much the same, in the add on's to the "Control Board" It will be helpful in tracking any faults, also inside the manual is troubleshooting tips, that apply to ALL, they will help you narrow it down.
Always check, hoses, pump, filters.
might be your drain pipe is too far down the drain tube, take out your pump and clean it.
Check the pump the spade connections , might be a bit loose.
This COULD be a clutch problem. Pads sound like they are gone. If its over 5 years old it will be better to replace. And throw-out bearing in a washer? there is tub and clutch shaft bearings; but it takes quite a bit of experience and tools to change.
good luck and consider shopping around. It is always best to get an Engineer.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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