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Whirlpool ultimate care ii won't spin

Fills with water and makes a lot of noise, but won't spin regardless of setting.

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Possible that the drive is jammed , there is slipping or the motor is faulty. You need to check for free movement after disconnecting the power, if there is friction it must be reset.

Posted on Jan 22, 2013

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SOURCE: Whirlpool Ultimate Care II washer fills with water and stops

Lid switch. Push down on lid.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

SOURCE: whirlpool ultimate care II stops after filling

Hi, could be faulty timer, faulty water level switch, faulty start capacitor for motor, or faulty motor. always put clothes in machine before starting. you can empty machine by lowering drain hose to flow level.

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Whirlpool Ultimate Care II - making funny noise

this is probably a bad motor coupling, you have to take the cabinet off, then the drain pump, then the motor, the coupling is located between the motor and the trans

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Ultimate care 2 whirlpool washer fills with water

bad lidswitch

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SOURCE: I have a whirlpool ultimate care II washer. It stopped in the middle of a load, full of water, and now it won't do anything. It won't drain, fill, move, or make any noises.

You will need to check the capacitor on the machine. It can be tested with a capacitance meter the easiest. It can be tested with a resistance meter, but this will tell you if the capacitor is shorted or open. It will not tell you the capacitive value if the component has drifted out of tolerance. You put the meter across the terminals and watch the display for counting up to infinity. This will occur quickly and disappear very quickly. Now reverse the leads on the terminals, (reverse the polarity). The same thing should happen, but a bit more pronounced. It will once again rise very quickly and go to an infinite reading. This tells you that the capacitor isn't shorted or open internally. Here is the capacitor to order if you should find it bad.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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My Whirlpool Ultimate Care II Washer doesn't stop filling with water


If this only happens when the machine is turned on,the tube from the tub to the water level switch is pinched or broken. If the clear plastic tube is not pinched or broken,the water level switch in the control console is bad. If the machine lets water through when it is in the OFF position,the water valve where the hoses connect are bad.

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I have a whirlpool ultimate care II washer. It stopped in the middle of a load, full of water, and now it won't do anything. It won't drain, fill, move, or make any noises.


You will need to check the capacitor on the machine. It can be tested with a capacitance meter the easiest. It can be tested with a resistance meter, but this will tell you if the capacitor is shorted or open. It will not tell you the capacitive value if the component has drifted out of tolerance. You put the meter across the terminals and watch the display for counting up to infinity. This will occur quickly and disappear very quickly. Now reverse the leads on the terminals, (reverse the polarity). The same thing should happen, but a bit more pronounced. It will once again rise very quickly and go to an infinite reading. This tells you that the capacitor isn't shorted or open internally. Here is the capacitor to order if you should find it bad.

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Hi...my washer goes through cycles and then stops at "light" . It won't go through rinse and spin. Help


Make sure your cold water tape is turned on and the screen in the water valve is not plugged up, it may be trying to fill with cold water and cant get any, try filling the washer with cold water on a "wash" cycle to confirm it it fills with "cold" then just the rince cycle ion the timer may be faulty and would need to be replaced

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Whirlpool Ultimate Care II - making funny noise


this is probably a bad motor coupling, you have to take the cabinet off, then the drain pump, then the motor, the coupling is located between the motor and the trans

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sounds like a broken coupling.
it probably don't agitate either.

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