Question about Washing Machines
The washing machine won't spin/agitate. Last time we got a repairman in and he replaced the motor coupling. I am looking under the machine now, and there is black, rubbery soot. I read this might be the clutch, although the soot was there last time when it the coupling was replaced. Could it be both things?
No chances are its hte motor coupling again , fairly common part to go bad. and the clucth(mounted atop the trannsmissin ) would have no affect on the agitation of the machine.simplew enough for you to cange probly 20 bucks vs 150 to have done part number 285753a. new part has a metal insert making it even stronger!!!!!
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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