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Unplug the washer, remove the two screws that hold the control panel to the top. Tilt the panel back, remove the plug going to the top and the two clips that secure the back to the case. Tip the case forward to release it from the front edge of the bottom frame and set it aside. From the front, you should see two springs attaching the bottom of the tub to the lower frame. The tub end of the spring is attached to a bracket that is screwed into the tub. In my case, the screw holding the bracket to the tub had vibrated loose, causing the centering effect to be lost. There is a third spring in the back if those two are intact.
Replace the bracket and screw, and you should be back in business. Best of all, it only takes time.
I am not sure on this model, but see if you can take the top control panel off first. This should be held with a couple of screws, then tilt it back and this may give you acces to the screws holding the cover on. The outside cover should be one piece and it removes from the front. If this is correct on this model then you should only be left with a frame that holds the tub and the motor should be underneath the drum. I would check the coupling to the motor and make sure it is not worn out, this will keep the tub from spinning and agitating. You shouldn't even have to move it out or disconnet the water lines to do this.I hope I could help.
Something has become stuck in the drain pump. 1. Remove the back cover. The drain pump is in the lower left corner. 2. Tilt machine forward for easier access. 3. Unplug the pump motor power plug. 4. Loosen the hose clamp from the tub. 5. Remove the drain hose connection from the pump. 6. Remove the three screws securing the pump to the tub. 7. Remove debris from pump. 8. Replace pump. 9. Merry Christmas...
Usually turning the knob to the left will only unscrew the timer knob. If someone has actually turned the timer left it is possible for the contacts inside the timer to bend causing lots of different problems. In this case the timer would need to be replaced. The part number is #3953146 The retail on the part is $98.23 and I do have these available for shipping. I can usually have this at your home anywhere in the United States within 1-2 days. I can ship for no extra charge. One other thing to consider before replacing. It is possible for a item like a child sock to be lodged in the pump and that would cause the water to pump out slowly and cause the problems you describe. I would check the pump first, then consider the timer. You can gain access to the pump by removing the cabinet to the washer. To do this you will see two phillips screws on the back left and right of the control panel., remove these screws and the control panel will flip up, then you can remove the clamps on the left and right sides that hold the cabinet to the back panel. Unplug the lid switch and tilt the cabinet forward and slide it forward. You will then see the pump directly under the tub held on the motor with two clamps. Remove the clamps and hoses but be ready to catch the water in a tub or get a heavy trash bag. Once removed check the pump for any obstructions. Please let me know if this helps and dont forget to rate me. Mike Anderson Anderson Appliance (865)945-3808
You need to pull the machine out and tilt it back to look at the pump on the right side. Need to remove carefully using a trash bag to contain the water. Then to examine for debris in the impeller. The second part is too remove the washplate by popping the center cover and removing the 7/16 bolt. Then to grasp the basket and lift sharply on it to pop out the washplate enough to remove. In the center you will see some phillips screws to remove, not the position of the pieces and line them up for reference. Next notice the tabs attaching the tub ring to the tub and remove the tub ring after loosing the recirculate hose clipped at the left rear corner. No with some patience the basket will lift out allowing access to a cover held in by two screws. You want to remove and inspect for debris and soda change.
CHECK THE BALANCE SPRING LOCATED (INSIDE LEFT REAR OF MACHINE). IF SPRING IS OFF IT CAN CAUSE THE TUB TO TILT TOWARD THE FRONT AND THE TUB FILL HOOD WILL NOT BE OVER THE TUB DURING FILLING OR THE TUB WILL BE ERATIC DURING THE SPIN WHEN RINSE WATER IS SPAYING IN CAUSE ING THE WATER TO MISS THE TUB AND SPRAY OUTSIDE. THIS IS COMMON IF THE UNIT HAS BEEN MOVED OR PLACED ON IT'S SIDE OR CARRIED AT EXTREME ANGLE.
just pull it off.on the control panel you will see two screws on the front or back back them out as far as you can then pull the control panel slightly forward then flip it back there are two gold clips on the body of the washer with a screw driver holding the handle pointing toward the back pop the two clips off but remember how they go as it can be tricky putting them back on if you don't then tilt the washer at about 45 degree's and pull it forwarddisconnecting any wires you see then take the body of the washer off and you can start working you will need a special wrench to get the tub block nut off or a small pipe wrench and hammer will do can get wrench fairly cheap at an appliance parts store now when you put washer cover back on tilt to 45 degrees and look down .the front of washer goes under frame and the sides go on top there are two rectangular slots that fit on tabs on the frame look close and you will see