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Wow, check around the bellows, gray rubber seal in front between the stainless basket, remove any item. Didn't find anything now unplug unit remove top and lower machine covers. Run the flashlight along the outer tub while looking inside the stainless basket, locate any items that may jam rotation of the inner basket and remove.
Yes it has a broken belt switch. This is a 4 wheel drive model. To replace the broken belt. The first thing to do is use your index finger to pop the shoulders off each end of the console. Place your finger on the top of the shoulder and pull towards you till it comes free from the control. This will expose the hold down screw on each end. Remove them next and flip up the console. 3 quarter inch hex heads screws must then be removed to get the top off. Once that is accomplished use a putty knife to release the base panel and remove it. Take care to see how the door switch wires go.remove the filter and filter chute. Remove the door springs then the yellow wire from the drum sensors. Remove the front panel, Remove the drum. Clean er up. My Video:
Never put a large load of anything in, they're quite frankly not designed to work like that for a number of reasons. If the drum is full then water can't circulate properly and your clothes won't get washed as well as they could do.
The machine shut down to prevent damage to itself, try turning it off at the mains for 30 mins, turning it back on and then putting half the load in. This should reset it and stop the shaking.
There may be something blocking the pressure tube which measures the water level. This is a tube which runs from the bottom of the drum up to the water level sensor. Disconnect the tube at the drum and check, also blow in the tube and check the water level sensor is working, it should make a clicking sound.
There is a part called a air-dome that is connected to the lower section of your outer drum. The part where you put your clothes in is called the inner drum.The air-dome has a small tube connected to it which travels up the drum to a level sensor in the control panel that turns off the water when the washer is full to the point water level is set.This is usually on top loaders.
The belt can be replaced as follows. 1 remove top and front of dryer shell 2 belt goes around drum around motor pully then under tentioner wheel 3 replace front and top of dryer (top pops off use a slotted screw driver) Thanx for using Fixya Please take your time to rate me