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Machines 510 Its an old machine (a 510, Model No. A6274). I've looked after it, replacing parts when needed. Has always run well. I do a yearly check/service - replacing belts and hoses etc as needed. Just lately the machine has been slow on spin. Normally it reaches full speed quickly and spins out okay. Now it seems to spin only at half speed. I've checked the belt for looseness and oil (the belt is okay). First I thought it was too much washing load, so just to check I ran the spin without water or washing and still slow. Now I wonder if it is the motor? I replaced it many years ago, but now wonder if there is a problem (motor) or maybe an issue with the clutch system (which as far as I can tell is working okay). Any help would be much appreciated. regards, Phil

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These machines can get seized bearings, which can stop the bowl from turning at full speed. probably the motor after this.the clutch should affect full spin speed only if it's worn. this fault can be a timer issue also.

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1st of all is there a spin cancel buuton on this machine and has it been activated, or is there a spin speed selector knob and has it been turned down...is inner drum easily turned by hand.if it is ok then belt tension could be suspect (tighten)im sure there is an out of load balance detection circuit on the main circuit board....also is it draining ok because it wont spin until it cant dectect low or no water prior to final spin.....also if it has a programme dial the select a spin programme on another section of selector dial.........hope this is of some help...

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i think you will find the carbon brushes r worn out they r mounted on the side of the motor held on by 2 5.5mm nuts or 2 screws 1 brush on each side of the motor switch off at the mains b4 you start work good luck

Posted on Aug 19, 2007

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SOURCE: Leak from maytag top load coin machine during spin drain cycle only

Possible that you would have a tub seal leak if it is only noticable during spin cycle. Possible that it "drips" slightly while in agitation, but not enough to notice it. While in spin mode you have a lot more parts moving as well as a lot more water pressure on the seal itself. Pump could also be leaking, but highly doubtful since it would leak a constant amount at all times. Good Luck!!! Jim

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I have 550 Hoover about 6 years old,just out of warranty period,
is currently noticed the problem of stopping during prewash rinse, start again it startsup but stopped immediately.And keep repeating it. If i skip to spin manually then it almost completes the cycle. THis problem starts few months back also then vanished by itself and now it starts again.can some guru tell me if its because of belt or drive belt etc.

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To determine if the transmission caused the belt to wear, then unplug the washer, and looking up inside toward the transmission, note the large diameter pulley that the belt goes around. See if you can turn it by hand. It should turn freely in both directions.

This isn't a 100% guarantee that the transmission is good, but will give you an indication. Make sure the washer is at the end of it's cycle when trying this.

If it turns, replace the belt and see what happens. If it doesn't, make sure none of the solenoids are engaging the linkage, otherwise, you'll be trying to turn the drum or agitator.

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