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My Whirlpool washer (model LSR8233EQ0)

My washing machine started going out of control during the rinse cycle the last time I used it. It was banging and vibrating so much that I had to shut it off in mid-cycle. When I opened the lid, the inside basket was tilted to one side, which I have never noticed before. Is this a fixable problem, something that I can possibly do myself, or is my machine ready for retirement? Please help!
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  • craig70 Feb 06, 2008

    We are having a similar problem but with only type of cycle (on the Normal cycle), when it comes to rinse is starts acting off balance. The repair guy came yesterday and said it was a 'timer" and he could replace it for $160.00(!). From reading your solution, it doesn't sound like a timer problem. Any suggestions?


  • ericsargent Dec 10, 2008

    The washer vibrates really bad, even when the tub is empty. I adjusted the legs, but it still shakes awful and walks across the floor while in the spin cycle.

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Yes it is ,yes you can .You need a spin basket tub block and nut and a whirlpool tub wrench.You can get that at the appliance store when you buy the tub block .On the control panel locate the the two phillips screws at the back or front of the control panel at the bottom where the panel meets the base .Back them out far as you can .Pull the control panel forward and tilt it back(im assuming you've unplugged the washer first) you will see a connector that goes to the lid switch unplug it .Next you will see two gold clips (notice how they go) pop them out with a screw driver .Tilt the washer body back toward you standing at the front and walk backwards with it to remove it .Then unsnap the splash ring from the outer tub and remove it.Pull the rinse cup from the agitator under that you will see a cap remove it .Then you will need a 7/16 inch wrench with a long extension to remove the agitator bolt and pull the agitator.then you will see a spanner nut made of aluminum that's where the wrench comes in remove that nut and pull the spin tub under that will be the tub block tap it off the spin tube and slide the new one on .Replace the spin tub and nut using the spanner wrench tighten the nut tight as you can by hand then hit the wrench handle with a hammer to get it tighter.Then reverse the procedure to reassemble.When you replace the body of the washer look down through the lid opening the front of the washer body goes under the base and the sides go on top along the edges. print theese instructions its really not that hard that will fix it

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