Question about Washing Machines
Hi,I've seen that problem plenty of times. That rubber strip is from the door boot rubbing the inner tub while spinning. First thing you need to do is check that drum. Using your fingertips push up, looking for any movement. Rotate the drum a few inches and push up again till you've gone all the way around. If you hear a clicking or a clunk that tells you the weld of the drum is broken. Check your owners manual for warranty, stainless steel drums are usually a lifetime guarantee. It's also possible that something got caught between the inner and outer causing the inner tub to go out of round. That would also cause the problem, which would mean the tub needs to be replaced or it will do the same thing again. If you don't find a problem with the drum then the door boot probably got torn and pulled into the spinning tub and an be replaced without fear of the problem reoccurring. Hope that helps.
Posted on May 08, 2017
I don't have experience with this particular machine but it sounds like it might be the drive belt. The following website might shed some light,... has videos. There are also sites which show parts diagrams.
Hope this helps a bit.
Posted on May 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a sock caught in the pump, need to pull off outer case and remove pump and clear it out.
Posted on Jun 08, 2007
Yes, the heating element is coming on when it shouldn't. A likely cause is the pressure pot (Level sensor sender unit) being blocked with sludge. You'll find this under the machine, either screwed to the RH side of the tub, near to the front of the machine secured by three Philips screws, or attached to the side of the big hose that goes from the tub to the pump,secured by a Jubilee clip, underneath the machine. disconnect the power and remove the pressure pot, in both cases it's a long rigid white plastic tube, from one end of which comes a narrow flexible plastic hose which goes up to the top of the cabinet and is attached to the pressure switch itself. This tube is likely to have a load of muck in it, as its bottom end. Clean this out, and if your element didn't burn out, then everything should now be fine.
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
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Posted on Jan 01, 2008
I have the same issue with the broken spider...in the us and they say it is $300 for labor and $360 for parts. My washer is only 3+ years old...what can I do?
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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