Question about Whirlpool LSB6200PQ Top Load Washer
I took my old Whirlpool washer apart to fix a drain hose that had come unclamped. My big problem now is trying to get it back together like it was before. (It is 21 years old). I followed directions on a web site with pictures. We can't seem to get the outside case to lock down. I can see there is a slot in the outside case way in the back that is supposed to fit over a little rise in the bottom of the rail of the inside washing machine itself, but as soon as we get one side locked in, the other one springs off. Same with the spring clips. I get one clip in and the other springs off. I think something must not be lined up quite right--it can't be this hard if one man can repair it and get it back together. (it has been rebuilt before) and got it back together. I would appreciate any suggestions.
Ok I know this is a problem heel i had trouble doing y first few but i learned a trick 1. make sure your front feet are off the ground at least 1/2 inch if they are rusted or broken place a screwdriver under the black rails. ok 2. wirh the cab. in front of you open the lid andhold it under that lip tilt it forward and then slide it toward the unit look down the lid hole you want the front edge to line up first as you slide it down there are two flat pins sticking up on both sides about 7" back fron the front corners these must fit into the cabniet you then drop it down slowly put the left clip on first then place you hand down the back right side pull it forward and install your other clip one note the fill dispenser will need to get under the cabniet before it will seat properly. connect your lid sw and close the console. let me know if this works and please rate this help
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
What area are you talking about getting the transmission back in or the clutch (Basket Drive) for a hose change out maybe either? need some more details
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
I would agree with you, it sounds like it isn't going back together correctly. When I put the cabinets back on them, I first make sure all 4 of the spades sticking up from the base are straight and not bent over. Next I grasp the hole the lid covers towards the front and lift and pull it towards me so the bottom of the cabinet is closer to me than the top. Next, I use my foot to push the bottom of the cabinet under the bar that goes across the base of the machine. Then I tilt the top of the washer back towards the machine. I wiggle the sides, until the cabinet seats into the spades coming from the base. After it seats properly, the clips should be lined up properly to be installed.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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