Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
This is an issue with the agitate gear not totally disengaged from the
splines of the agitate shaft during the spin cycle and produce the gear teeth grinding noise. The gearcase needs to be checked to verify this issue. When the drive motor rotates clockwise, the main drive gear in the gearcase rotates counterclockwise, putting the washer into the drain/spin mode. This time the shift actuator moves forward on the other side and push the agitate cam in the other direction. This causes the cam follower to push the agitate gear up and then lift it off the splines on the agitator shaft.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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