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My husband says plastic cluprit is broken underneath the machine

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Plastic culprit is the motor coupler. Here is a link for properly replacing

Motor coupler video

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My washing mashine in side is leaning what do i do its off sides


you have probably broken a suspension arm you have four, one in each corner they suspend the tub and drum and keep it centered, if you look at the top of your washer under the lid you will see in both front corners there are 2 little semi circle kinda peices of rubber that are pressed in to the plastic get a blade scew driver and jam it underneath those rubber things and they will pop out underneath is a screw, take out both screws and the whole top plastic part of your machine will hinge upwards and you will be able to see and check the suspension rods, hope this helps you

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MY SAMSUNG FRONT LOAD FULLY AUTOMATIC MACHINE POURS WATER FROM SOMEWHERE UNDERNEATH WHEN NOT IN USE


shut off the water first

might be a broken hose, i would want to open the back panel and check.

if it was shaking alot, it could have broken the pipe, where the water comes in, check that area.

but you would have to open the back panel in order to see.

if a broken hose then replace, if the plastic is broken at the entrance of the water then you must replace it i wouldnt try gluing it together its will just break again

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Diplomat ADP 8322 - 11 Flashes. Will not go beyond the Rinse cycle.


Hello,

There's never a good time for the washer to stop working correctly. If a washing machine's agitator isn't working properly, your clothes won't come clean.

The back-and-forth movement of the agitator is a main function in the cleaning process of your laundry.

If your agitator isn't working, it could be the agitator itself or broken splines in the assembly beneath the agitator. Either one is a relatively easy and inexpensive repair that you should be able to do yourself.

Instructions and material needed :Socket wrench,Rope,Broom,Replacement parts

  1. Inspect the agitator for breaks. If the agitator is broken or cracked, you'll need to replace it. A broken agitator won't operate correctly, if at all. If the agitator looks fine but isn't moving, you'll need to inspect the plastic splines in the agitator assembly located underneath the agitator.
  2. Remove the agitator from the washing machine by first removing the fabric softener dispenser cap on top of it. This cap should either pull or screw off. It it's difficult to remove, you might have to pry it off.
  3. Unscrew the bolt beneath the softener cap with a socket wrench. Once you've removed the screw, try lifting the agitator out of the washer. If it doesn't easily lift out, loop a rope underneath one side of the agitator and over a broom handle. Continue looping the rope under the other side of the agitator and back over the broom. Using caution not to hit yourself in the head, pull up on the broom until the agitator comes loose.
  4. Replace the broken agitator with a new one. Snap the new one in place and secure the bolt underneath the fabric softener cap. Place the cap back on the agitator and you're ready to start washing.
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    Check the plastic splines in the assembly directly underneath the agitator, if the agitator itself isn't broken. If the plastic splines are broken or worn down, this will keep the agitator from properly moving. In fact, it might not move at all. Replace the spline assembly with a new one and reassemble the agitator by reversing your steps to remove it.
Good luck and thanks for using fixya.

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I lost the Buttonhole fine-adjustment screw for brother ls2125


I just wanted to share my situation with you. I had the same problem. When I tried to use my Buttonhole fine-adjustment screw, it broke up and fell inside the machine. My husband opened the machine to get the broken parts out (two of them: first one - white-colored plastic broken part of the adjustment screw and a metal, half-moon shaped washer).

I called 1-877-276-8437 (BROTHER), and the person who checked the list of replacement parts said to me that this particular screw was not in the list. So that person gave me the number of the closest service center where I called.

The service person told me that it was no cost to see what was the problem, but to determine how much the solution would cost he needed to see the machine. I asked about the minimal cost of a service; it was $89+ the cost of the parts. It means the minimal cost of the repair (without the price of the replacement part) goes 14 dollars beyond the price of a new machine, which in Amazon.com today 10/2011 is $75 for the same model LS-2125(i).

My solution was to get out the broken part for which my husband unscrewed for me the front plastic shell and took out the two little broken parts. During this procedure, he realized I could use a narrow scissors to make the remaining part of the Buttonhole fine-adjustment screw turn around. This way I can still use my machine with no need of buying a new one.

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The agitator turns freely


Remove the agitator from the machine and inspect the plastic block that is fastened to the shaft--is it cracked or the interior splines broken out? Replace the block if so. If the block looks good, the trouble is in the transmission underneath the machine or the agitator shaft is broken somewhere along it's length (you could probably pull part of the shaft out of the post).

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Agitator won't move


Sounds like the belt is slipping or broken.
you may be able to see it from the bottom
tilt it back.

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My Rainbow E series power switch doesn't work


To get access you need to remove the plastic side cover panels. To remove these, I found the easiest way was to use a small flat screw driver, leverage it under the pastic in the centre at the 'cord end' and lift carefully. There are two lugs at the top and one at the bottom. The plastic panel will 'bow' a little, but with care, it will pop off. The gold looking vents underneath are just a 'facade'. By removing the side plastic panels they will expose three screws either side. Undo these and the top will half of the cleaner will lift off. Good luck!

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