Question about Whirlpool Cabrio WTW6600SBT Top Load Washer
Sounds like a belt is slipping. Also seems like there is water left under the drum.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: washer spin problem
Ok so your having problems with the washer spin problem. Well there mightbe a sound that it is making like a jumpoing sound. Well when you here that open it and you might notice that all the clothes are on one side. That means that you put too much clothes in the washer, and it can't handle it. So open it and take out some clothes and restart it. I hope i helped you problem's. Thank you for taking your time to read my article.
Posted on Feb 12, 2007
This problem, or some variation thereof evidently is very common with these Whirlpool Washers! I have same problem. So far, best I have found is at
diagnosis by someone who knows. What William Burk says there makes sense. However, to get to the drive block there's quite a bit of disassembly required. I am stopped because I cannot get the spanner nut off. Hope this gives you some help toward finding a more comprehensive answer
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Hey there, it sounds like you need a new motor coupling this is the weak link between the motor and the gearbox. This can be and easy job if your good at pulling things apart. You need to remove the main drive motor as this part is a link (It has two white, three pronged plastic bits and one round rubber joiner) on the motor shaft and g/box shart. If you don't know how to get into the machine I can explain that also, everything unclips you just need to know where. cheers
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Hello Friend, Your solution is very simple. I beleive that you need to replace the motor coupler. It's easy to replace the motor coupler on your machine. First, remove the two screws that hold control panel in place and tilt back exposing the two metal clips that hold the cabinet in place. You will see some wires plugged into the cabinet, just unplug them. There are two clips, one on each side. Just pop these clips off and lift cabinet slightly from back and tilt forward. At this point you will be able to completely remove the cabinet. Once you have cabinet removed just set it aside. Now, just lay the washer on it's back. At this point you will see the water pump, motor, and transmission. Remove the pump by snapping off the two spring clips. The pump will slide right off the motor shaft. Now, remove the two screws that hold the two spring clips attached to motor. Unplug all the wires etc. and then snap the metal clips off motor. Lift motor straight up, it should slide right off. Now you will see the motor coupler. Half of the coupler is on the transmission shaft and the other half is on the motor shaft. There is a rubber center connector ring that connects the two together. Just remove the old coupler pieces by prying under them with slotted screwdriver and replace with new ones. Re-assymble the washer and the problem you are encountering should be solved. Happy to help, Tim. And please don't forget to give me your rating for my help.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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