Question about Washing Machines
My machine runs through all of the cycles allrigt, but when it spins it doesn't spin fast enough to extract all of the water from the clothes. I have gotten underneath , and checked but if there is a belt it is not vsible. Is there one or is this simply a direct drive? Margi
Hello! I stopped the cycle and had to go out. Came back and started it up, the water overflowed. Now she won`t go! Any suggestions how to get the water out from inside?
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
It's direct drive. It may have a bad coupler. Did you see any black particles under washer? Also look for oil on floor and bottom of washer. Transmission can leak oil into clutch causing slow spin.
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