Question about Admiral AAV7000A
Washer started making a loud squealing noise and started to smoke from underneath. It smelled like burnt rubber. The tub was full of water at the time. The washer would not cycle. It would not drain or spin. We looked underneath. The belt looked OK. There is a part we think is a pulley? It is made out of plastic. The plastic looks burnt and melted. The pump motor also has what looks like a pulley attached to it. That pulley will not turn freely either. Would you recommend that we replace the belt, the pulley or the pump motor? Also, where can we get a schematic for this washer? Thank You!
I hear two different problems between the solutions here. If you see damage to the pulley, replace the pulley. In most cases I've cut the pulley out and broke it into pieces. Putting the new one on is a much easier task. In the case of the machine still holding water... inspect the belt under the machine and the pulley. If they look good, replace the pump. You are sure it isn't a timer problem?
Just in case, with the machine in spin, push down on the selection ring behind the PUSH/PULL on/off while the machine is turned on. Does it start to spin and pump? if so.... the timer is probably the answer.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
Replace the pump
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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