Question about Washing Machines
WONT RINSE ALL DETERGENT OUT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: washer wont rinse
we had the same problem with ours....nd means not draining and that means that there is something, probably coins stuck in your drain hose. pull the drain hose out and check it for change and make sure something isn't stuck.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Without a model number, but with the age, I can only assume that this is a Dependable Drive wash system.
This system utilizes a drive belt and a pump belt and it is recommended they be replaced together after every13 years of normal use. They are very simple to install with no teardown or tools needed. The belts have installation instructions printed on the package.
1. Drive Belt
2. Pump Belt
The pump belt must be adjusted to the tension requirements written on the package. See link below.
3. Parts breakdown/disassembly procedures.
Other issues could also cause the same symptoms but the belts at this age is the 1st suspect.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
I’m an Owner like you I own the FAV6800AW and have helped many folks on this and other forums with this issue.
You are experiencing a classic malfunction of the One-Way Roller clutch bearings in the Clutch Pulley assembly. It sounds like you are in the early stages of the issue. I have put together a step by step maintenance process to clean up and re-lube the One-Way Roller clutches in the Clutch Pulley assembly see this post Clutch Fix Post for what’s involved. Look on the right top back of your Console. If you can give me the first two numbers of your serial number i.e. 10, 11,12, tru 17. That will let me know if your machine will use an Upper One-Way Roller clutch bearing ring. Mechanical skill sets to perform Clutch maintenance or replacement are basic, anyone can do this it’s just a tight work area. Your option is to DIY or call in a repair service. I would ballpark the repair cost at around $300 if they know what is wrong and how to fix. DIY the fix it and you may need a a can of WD-40 and Slick 59 One Lube cost around $10 if the One-Way Roller just need to be cleaned up and re-lubed. If the Clutch pulley needs to be replaced I will show you a site where you can purchase for around $60 delivered to the house.
See this most recent post of a forum member who is back in service with my process.
Standing by if I can help….Rich aka dh1200s
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
I had the same problem. It was a buildup of gunk (don't know how else to describe it) in the fabric softner dispenser. I also had a build up of detergent around the upper rim of the basket inside the washer and caught up underneath the agitator. I took my machine apart and scrubbed it all out.
Here is the way to get it cleaned out.
If you need to know anything further, please don't hesitate to let me know.
Happy Holidays The FixYa Team
Posted on Dec 19, 2010
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