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Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today. If the inner metal spin basket is loose when you try to move it in and out or up and down check to see if the pulley on the back is loose or damaged if you see a leak by the pulley the bearing failed. If its the outer tub moving too easy there are two springs on top and legs on the bottom to check if one broke.
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they have plastic tabs that lock it to the side of the outer tub. Its possible the front cover needs to be removed to gain access to the tub. The console needs to be removed and flipped up and two spring clamps hold the front cover on and there are one in each corner....now, you can actually remove the whole front off of the frame and work on the whole washer easy...Bruce Denton
top/front of washer seperates by way of hidden clips. insert putty knife or butter knife between front seam of cabanet and top. about 2 inches from left side and 2 inches from right side push in and pull up on top. lid switch is located under top/front
I'm not sure of the model number of the stove but usually slide a putty knife under the control panel between the bottom of the control and the top of the base. There is a clip on each side then the panel will tilt back and you can take it off. After that there are 2 gold clips that hold the back on to the base. Remove them by snapping then out of the base. The the whole thing is loose and the base (where the lid and sides are. Comes out as 1 big piece. If you get the model number from under the lid, you can go to http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action?intcmp=xsite_Sears and it will show you a breakdown of the machine. Let me know if you need anything else.
HI thanks for the question . On your model thers is no belt it is a direct drive.IF the washer stoped pumping the water out in pump out then your problem is with the lid switch. The lid switch is located under the top Thanks for your question hope this helps you ,THE appliance doc
If the washer does fine thru the agitation cycle (the washing), that means the motor is OK and the coupler is OK. It would not agitate unless both are OK. (and don't listen if anyone tells you the lid switch is bad -- machine would not fill & go thru wash cyle). The spin is another matter. There is a separate tube for spinning the basket. There is a drive block at top of the tube (that sometimes fails) and there is a separate cluch mechanism below, under the tub. Those places is where you should look.
on this problem one of 2 the Shocks have pulled a part (seperated),possibly even broke off.After removing the front panel ,you'll see that on each side towards the rear of machine you have a shock ( similar to a car) arm starting from the base and angling upward where it meets the tup.Look for the seperation there and then let me know and I'll be happy to guide you through this.