Question about Washing Machines
This issue could be due to loose or faulty motor coupler, the coupler may be dislocated and thus, the washer is spinning slow. Unplug the washer, locate the retaining clips on the top of the washer cabinet that connect to the rear panel. Place a flathead screwdriver into the notch, and push back toward the console to pop the clips out. Grab the side of the cabinet, and pull it away from washer. Locate the motor and the motor coupler and check, replace if necessary. Hope this helps... Please post back if you need more information.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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