Question about Maytag MAH2400A Compact Front Load Washer
Replaced belt and still have same problem
I would check to see if you have an unsecure (loose set screw which pulley in not rotating properly) or defective (bent, broken or unbalanced; unlikely) pulley. Also, ensure your motor is secure (bolts, not loose) and motor-shaft is not bent for some odd reason (very unlikely).
Also, are you sure you're installing the belt correctly per model diagram? Did you take off the pulley to install belt?
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This could be an easy fix if the counter weight came loose from the top of the tub shell which is a common problem. Pull the unit out from the wall and removed the back panel to inspect the counter weight, spider pulley and belt. If the counter weight is not broke you can reattach it to tub shell and retighten the bolts. If it is broke it is about $30.00 plus shipping. Inspect the spider pulley which is attached to the tub with the belt around it. If it is not broken, you can turn the pulley by hand to check the tub bearings for free movement. Make sure the belt is in good shape and attached to the motor spindle and spider pulley. If the spider pulley is broken you may have to order a new pulley. If you have to remove the spider pulley you may want to use a gear puller from an auto parts store to remove the pulley. The belt is easily replaced once you know the below procedure:
1. Place the belt around the center of the motor pulley stretching the belt to the spider pulley leaving no slack in the belt.
2. Keeping the slack out of the belt, place the belt on the outside rim of the spider pulley as much as the belt tension will allow you to do so.
3. Keep the tension on the belt and slowly rotate the spider pulley counter clockwise until the belt is completely on the spider pulley.
Rotate the spider pulley several times to make sure the belt stays in the center of the spider pulley. If the belt is not centered after several revolutions you need to remove the belt and reinstall it after moving the ribs of the belt on the motor pulley in the direction which centers the belt. If it was my unit I would fix it unless you have to replace the outer tub shell (approximately $300.00 for parts only).
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