About 3/4 of the way down the mechanism stopped. It will not go into the cabinet, nor will it come back up. Replaced batteries in the remote, nothing. Tried the manual rocker switch, nothing. What could be wrong?
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Unplug your washing machine. Make sure there is no power going to the washing machine.
Remove the screws from the cabinet top. Use the screwdrivers and the wrenches because you will have regular screws and bolt-head screws.
Lift off the cabinet top. You may have to lift the front part slightly and pull outward, or pull outward first and then lift the cabinet top off.
Locate the plastic switch and remove it. Pay attention to how the old switch is connected to the probes.
Install the new switch, attaching the probes in the same manner as the old switch. Some washing machines have clip-type probes, while others will have a U-shaped connector that is meant to be held with screws to the probe areas.
Replace your cabinet lid in the opposite steps you took it off. If you had to slide, then lift, set the cabinet lid down and then slide it backward. If you had to lift, then slide, set the back edge down, while keeping the cabinet tilted slightly, slide it back and then set it the rest of the way down.
Replace all of the screws and bolt-head screws in the proper locations, again using the screwdriver and wrenches.
Plug your washing machine back into the socket. Test the switch by turning on a cycle of the machine. Make sure that it is filling up, agitating, and spinning properly.
you will have to take it off the wall. There should be three screws in the cabinet above the unit . 1. unplug unit 2 place a large towel under unit to protect stove or cabinet 3 have someone support unit while u remove threee phillips screws 4 the back will hang on the wall rotate down lift and remove. the turn table is usually ran by a rubber belt and motor. Hope this was helpful please rate me
Remove the shell:
nplug the machine. Remove the end caps on both sides of the console by putting a flat screwdriver in the top of the end caps from the back and gently prying up. Remove the two Phillips screws holding the corners of the console down. Lift the console and gently fold back. Unplug the lid switch. That's the 3-wire quick disconnect below the timer. (If you have a high price model, you'll have three hoses under a plastic cover on the left. disconnect those hoses before going further.) Using a flat screwdriver remove the gold clips holding the cabinet to the back. Place the blade of the screwdriver in the indentation closest to you and tilt the handle of the screwdriver back. Open the lid. Lift and tilt the entire cabinet toward you. Look down through the hole to the front bottom edge of the cabinet. It is hooked under the front edge of the washer frame. Remove the cabinet and place it aside.
Replacing the shell:
Pick up the cabinet, hook it under the front of the frame, and tilt it back into place. Push the sides of the cabinet in as you are tilting it back to make sure the hooks in the frame (back, sides) line up with the cabinet. You can know it's in place when the edges of the cabinet line up evenly with the edges of the back. Re-install the gold clips. Hook them into the back panel, put them into the slots in the cabinet, and push down until they snap into place. Re-connect the lid switch. Lower the console. Replace the screws. Replace the end caps - bottom first, then snap them in at the top. Happy washing!
Pulley belt stretched, replace.
Remove the back cover to tv, slide the chassis
out, remove speaker connector, and other ones
to allow the chassis to be out away from cabinet to take the metal cover off surrouding the vcr unit. Usually a couple of screws that hold
the whole vcr unit in, remove these, lift the
unit from the chassis carefully and check the
belt as it is stretched and not making tight
grip on the white pulleys that perform the
mechanical functions of the VCR. When putting
back together, and replaced the belt be sure to
lift the vcr door inward before sliding the
chassis back into cabinet so the door latch
will open and close properly, otherwise you
put a tape in and the door won't open back up.