Question about Washing Machines
Part 10,6 and 12 are your idler pulley which puts the tension on the belt. The springs actually keep it tight. Check for sprung, loose or broken springs. If you've had the belt off you may have the idler arm in the wrong position. Here is the diagram of your parts.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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