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Whining on spin cycle

My washer just started whing on my last load of laundry. It only starts on the spin cycle then stops shortly through. Should i be worried about this?

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There could be something in the pump .If you can tip the machine back and remove the belt try to spin the pump pulley by hand if you hear the noise that's it if not call for service.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

  • Dean Brock
    Dean Brock Sep 28, 2015

    My roper, model RAS58244LQ1 doesn't have a belt. The pump is directly connected to the motor.

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