Question about Washing Machines
Hello. Chances are likely that the coupler broke when the transmission froze up. Now your choice is to replace the transmission or replace this machine all together. IF the machine is over 3 years old, I strongly recommend replacing it. J.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
Normally that motor turns one direction for wash, and another direction for spin. Suggest you undo the coupling again and run the motor firstly in a wash mode. If all is well, forward dial to spin mode then watch if motor changes direction. If it doesnt, very possibly the timer is faulty. If it does change to the spin direction then your gearbox has a problem. Once the reverse direction comes into play, it is supposed to activate a series of gears in the gearbox which will engage the large drum into a spin direction. If there is a loud grinding noise then possibly a gearbox issue. email address is email@example.com
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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