Question about Washing Machines
Was able to get half of broken chain out but other half fell through holes in drum
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yeah very easy and it should only cost at most about £10 undue the old hinge with the 2screws now the door will have two little covers that held the old hinge in place take these out and make sure u get the broken pieces out of them once u have the new 1 put it on the washer and screw down first and then place the covers on the ends of the hinges and put the door in place now redue the screws on the door
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
Problem turned out to be a leak from the top, not the bottom and was caused by debris blocking an overflow trap
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
I had trhe same problem and was going deaf!!! I know this is probably too late for your machine but it may be usefull to someone else with this model.
Originally thought the bearings had gone but had great trouble trying to source some through UK websites so decided to strip the machine. Did this by touch (no manual!) and eventually found that the bolts holding the bottom weight to the drum had all come loose (all 3!). Trying to access them to tighten was the biggest problem as the front of the machine is welded on.
Managed the above by removing the rubber door seal from the door only and tightening two of the bolts from inside the door. The third I managed to access from beneath the machine. All were tightened using 10mm socket on a bar with extension (curtain pole!) slid over the end.
During this process I had the machine on its side, removed the securing brackets, top weight + springs and wedged the drum from beneath and the side as much towards the rear of the machine as possible to aid access.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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This may be a little late, but it may assist someone else. On my Kleenmaid top loader I found the agitator has clips at the bottom of agitator that clip over a drive hub at the bottom of the "tub" . All you have to do is gently prise it up using your fingers between the bottom of the agitator and the bottom of the tub.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
IT IS TIME TO BUY A NEW WASHING MACHINE. IT MAY COST MORE, BUT TRUST ME, YOU WILL FEEL BETTER KNOWING YOU BOUGHT A NEW WASHER. THE KNOB ON THE OLD ONE THAT IS BROKEN, CAN BE REPLACED, BUT I DON'T KNOW HOW. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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