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Replacing pump Estate waher TAW5800JQ1

Pump was replaced a while back with no more leaking and that problem was solved. there is no noise while filling, just while agitating and spinning. the sound seems to be coming from the motor/transmission area...any more suggestions would be welcomed unless you really think that it may be the pump???? :)

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  • rmd5299 Jan 04, 2009

    TY so much! You were absolutely right, it was the pump. We replaced it yesterday after following your advice about removing it and listening. Your suggestion saved me over 300.00, the cost of a new washer. Rochelle

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Hi i believe i spoke to you about the pump...you seem knowledgable..just pull pump of front of motor than listen..easy test..i can walk you though if need be..this is a whinding sound..

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

  • onthethejob1
    onthethejob1 Jan 04, 2009

    rmd did we ever fix the problem,,???you never replyed

  • onthethejob1
    onthethejob1 Jan 05, 2009

    your welcome...if you ever need assist,,,onthejob

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