Question about Whirlpool LTE6234D Top Load Stacked Washer/Dryer
I have an older Whirlpool Thin Twin stackable washer/dryer. I just finished replacing the "water pump" because water was leaking at the front of the machine near the bottom. The replacement pump worked great ... ... the leak stopped. The problem has now changed to something else. The washer filled with water and proceed to agitate. When it came time for the water to dump, the washer stopped. The dial proceeded through the cycle until it it "Stop", but the water stayed in the drum. The lid was closed during the process as to depress the Lid Switch.
When you replace the pump, always to remember to makes sure the pump is pushed all the way in so that the shaft has a good grip. Try taking it out and pushing it all the way in. The 4 legs should touch the motor, as you put the 2 little clamps on the top and bottom.
Good luck, I'm pretty sure it's something really basic with the pump :)
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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