Question about Washing Machines
Ahhh..that is most likely due to the belt slipping off the pulley, due to the tensioner being mis aligned or sloppy..tip the unit back around 45 degrees, and see if the tensioner pulley is aligned, or loose?
check all the bolts down there while you're at it.
be careful to place something solid under neath the chassis when you get underneath.
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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