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Help How do I release a tub fronm the inside of the washer

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  • duhgonz Apr 11, 2008

    does not spin after rinse cycle

  • tj61 Jun 01, 2008

    machine stopped and could smell burning rubber. is the belt broken and how do i replace it.

  • rallen535 Oct 22, 2008

    how do you replace the drive belt? I found one that was 1/4 in longer and it barley fits. now the motor will not run in spin cycle and overheats/shuts down. The oringinal belt was 28 3/4, and the new belt is 29 in. Do you think that the motor is damaged?



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Changing a drive belt

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Usually problems like this, you just have to take it apart and see. I can tell you a few things that will help though. It's not a deteriorating belt. In fact this machine doesn't have a belt at all, it's what is called "direct drive". The closest thing it has to a belt is a round piece of rubber in between a gear but that's near the motor and it's not possible for it to get inside the tub. In fact, it's hard for anything to get in there to stain clothes. Usually what causes this, is a build up of dirt, soap, mud, mold, etc that collects under the agitator and finally just gets enough to start releasing into the tub. It's pretty easy to take out the agitator and check under there, here's how.

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This will take some time, so gather up your hand tools and get a cup of coffee...

OK, unplug the washer and turn off the water supply valves to the washer. Now open up the top washer door and pull off the top of the agitator (the fabric softener dispenser on some models). There could be a screw inside holding the agitator onto the transmission shaft, so remove that if present.

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Once you've go those items off, you can then use a small metal putty knive, about 1 - 1 1/2 inches wide to release the top panel from the cabinet. If you get down and look straight at the front edge of the washer, you'll see two (2) indents where the locking clips are located. Just push in with the putty knive about an inch and it will release. Do this in both places and the top will be able to be lifted up and back exposing the inside of the washer and tub.

Now you can remove the fasteners (screws or hex screws) that are under the hub spacer and that hold the tub onto the transmission. With these removed, you can now lift the wash tub out of the washer cabinet.

Once you've got the tub out, you'll see the wash tub boot. It's held in place with two (2) large diameter hose style clamps. Loosen and remove these with either a 1/2", 5/16" or 3/8" nut driver, (depends on where and when made as to the size that was used).

Once you have the clamps off the boot, you can carefully remove the boot from the outer tub and the transmission body. Once you have the boot off, clean the surfaces of the outer washer tub to remove any gunk that might make the new boot leak. Also, on the transmission side, use the putty knive to carefully scrape around the rim to remove any water deposits that have built up over the years, etc. Get it as clean and free of gunk as possible, again, so the new boot won't leak.

Carfully install the boot around the transmission first and tighten the clamp, now carefully put the boot around the outer tub lip and use your finger along the inside to help get it over the lip. Once it's on, make sure it's lined up and all the way over the outer tub lip and install the clamp. With the clamps, you want them tight, but not so tight that the clamp deforms or the boot gasket gets cut, so go easy and tighten them carefully.

You can now complete the re-installation of the remaining parts and you'll be back in working order in short order. If you wish, before you put all the other parts (tub, hub, agitator, etc.) back in. you can add some cold water to the outer tub to check for leaks, but you should be fine, if you cleaned the surfaces before putting on the new boot gasket.

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You need to clean the tubs.

Unplug the machine.

Remove the agitator top. Remove the screw or plastic sleeve that holds the agitator down. A 1/2 inch socket extension will fit in the plastic sleeve. Pull the agitator out.

Now you will need to remove the nut that holds the inner tub. A spanner wrench is the best way, but you can use a large screwdriver to lossen the nut. Pull the inner tub. If it doesn't release take a hammer and a driving tool aka anything that will reach and not destroy the crown and tap all the way around the crown. If that doesn't release it, get someone to tap while you pull the tub. Be careful not to break the fill tube. I have broken quite a few being in a hurry. Haste makes waste.

Now with the tub pulled, clean the inside of the outer tub and the outside of the inner tub. Reassemble the machine.

FYI, liquid fabric softener and/or using too much detergent will cause the sewage smell. Liquid fabric softener is terrible for your machine. Use dryer sheets if you can adapt to them.

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