Question about Washing Machines
The Soloution is to remove the bowl and clean the slinger underneath the bowl.
there is also a build up of lint that stays in between the main bowl and the outer plastic bowl
this requires cleanining as well. in order to remove the bowl you wil need to do the folowin.
1. remove the two screws at the front that hold the control panel.
2.remove the two clips that hold the back cover fixed to the front lid and housing.
3.take away the front housing by tilting away from the controls.
4.remove the agitatator top plug by pulling upward.
5.there is a 7/16 hex head screw that needs to be removed here to remove the agitator.
6.remove the round lock nut from the bowl this can be a bit difficult depending on the corrosion of the nut, I had to make up a tube spanner to to remove the nut counter clockwise.
7. as you will se over the years there is a lot of build up.
hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Your washer does not have a lint filter, so it's very important to sort lint givers from the lint takers. Washers today to not have lint filters because we rely on the dryer to remove lint that does not get pump out with the wash water.
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