Question about Washing Machines
It is most likely your drive coupling. This is a small rubber like piece that is positioned between the motor and the transmission. The easiest way to tell this is to look underneath the washer and see if you see pieces of something down there. Here is a picture of the coupling kit, so you'll know what to look for. If you don't see anything, you will need to take the case off the machine, then remove the motor. Then you can see if it's broken.
It could be the lid switch or the drive coupling. You should hear a click when you put the lid down and again when you open it. If you hear this, your lid switch is probably good. You can put a multimeter on it and test it for continuity to be sure. When you click it, you should get a reading.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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