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We have a proforma toploader washing machine and when using the machine in makes a very loud grinding noise during the spin and wash cycle. On occassion it also does not spin the clothing out properly, however the machine is still usable.
you will most probably find that the inside of the belt that runs on the pulley has been breaking away bit by bit and if the pulley stops where there is a bit missing it may not turn when the pulley starts to turn.
Just a thought as it has happened to me a few times
The odor is most probably burning rubber as the pulley spins on the belt
You have a stuck brake.My advice is leaving this one alone and lrt a tech. fix it.HINT:99% of this same problems your having I have fixed without replacing 1 part,so see if your repairman can do the same.This is a PERFORMA and is know way Maytags design.Except one thing ,the name on the front panel.