Extremely noisy Whilrpool, sounds like electrical resistance.
My one year old Whirlpool DU1055XTPS makes a horrible noise when it is running. It seems to fill okay, and seems to enter wash cycle, but sometimes gets stuick in wash cycle, and other times goes through drain and rinse fine. The noise often changes pitch or frequency, but never really goes away. There are no error lights or warnings, and this noise does not sound like a buzzer, unless it is a seriously out of adjustment buzzer. There does not appear to be any parts or debris visible in the bottom of the tub, but I have not yet removed any parts. Noise seems to come from upper or middle left side, but there is a heat vent in the control panel, and maybe the sound is just resonating on that side because of this vent area? Please tell me what to look for, and how to fix this.
Re: Extremely noisy Whilrpool, sounds like electrical...
Mine did that when the end of the impeller broke off- the sound is the grinding of the remaining end of the impeller against the gears on the engaging end of the chopper. You'll need to get out your screwdriver to dig in deeper and find out if this is the problem.
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It appears your timer/main controller/CCU has failed in this instance.
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Hi hope you are well have you checked that the dishwasher isnt touching your units either side their should be a slight gap either side you will get this noise if it is touching anything at the sides or pressed up against something at the back if this is not the problem.
If it is making the noise through most of the wash cycle the the chances are it isnt going to be a pump on the way out the only other thing it could be is the motor that turns the spray arms around and it could be either the top or bottom usually if you can get to the motors you can oil the moving parts as sometimes thse get dry over time.
Try the first sollution first try moving the dishwasher a bit and then try it again if still noisy then the chances are one of the motors has got noisy on the spray arms it wouldnt be the pumps as the noise continues through most of the wash.
Some times just moving the dishwasher will recitfy the problem as the same happens with fridges and freezers if it has been knocked and is not level or is touching a unit you will get a slight vibrating noise so try moving it a bit.
Let us know how you get on
could be the coupler and the only way to truely check it is to take the pump, then the motor off. But it seems strange to me that you say it works fine. Is it spinning? usually when the coupler breaks it sounds horrible and usually will not spin but it will drain.I would check the coupler again.
first thing i would check is to make sure your copper water line is not touching the motor this will give you this noise. just take off lower kick plate and start d/w you will be able to tell where the noise is coming from.
It sounds like your gear case (transmission) has gone bad. If the washer fills and agitates that tells me that the problem cannot be with the motor coupling and drive motor. It also rules out a pump problem if the washer completes a wash cycle and drains properly. The only thing left is the gears inside the transmission. Sometimes they go bad in a way that portions of the wash will work while others don't. The part number is 3360629 and the price usually runs about $150. I hope this may help you in some way.