Question about Speed Queen Coin Operated Topload Washer
My speed queen coin-op top load model swt910wn almost always works great but sometimes won't start after money goes in.It's about 4 years old, and has a mother board instead of a analog timer. I have checked all the obvious things, has good elec. cord, power is on, lid is closed, coin slide works smooth, extension pieces on end of slide are all aligned right and are attached to each other properly. When it malfunctions, the coin slide goes in, the quarters drop, the slide comes back out, but nothing happens. The controls don't light up, and water doesn't come on. No lights, No action, Nothing. What's the most likely cause?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The tub seal kit is $85 USD, You will also need a drive bell kit$23 USD, you should replace the upper bearing $?, for a complete rebuilt I would also replace the brake pads all three, and the belt, maybe the pump if it doesnt come off easily. Plus what you break taking it apart, so we are looking @ least $150.
Yes you can do it yourself, you dont need the tub wrench if you can borrow a deep socket, its the drive bell seal tool you really need.
Please let me know if you have additional questions. the serial number will tell you the age first two digits are year next two are month, starts with and R, built in Ripon WI.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
Hi, just fixed the daughters speed queen, same problem. The three brake shoes were worn allowing the tub to spin with the agitator.
replaced the shoes, washer fine. At first I thought it was the top ring. spent 30 dollars for nothing.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Pi,r,squared times height. Remember math back when we didn't have computers? So that's 3.14 x radius(half the distance across drum)squared(times itself) times height or depth of drum. Remember to do radius times itself first, then Pi, then height.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
did you look at the front panel if you tip the machine to the back and look at the bottom of the panel you will see 2 hex head screws remove them and lift the panel out and slide it down some machines others you have to remove the top
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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