Question about Washing Machines
SOURCE: new belt install
OK your a pro if you attached a pulley correct, now for the belt. The belt is elastic in nature and can take some abuse, so first loop it on the motor and loop it on the top of the pulley, holding the belt with one hand that follows the other hand turning at the same easy speed. it will get real easy a third of the way around and your done!
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
if you have gotten that far your good
now try to look at the motor it sounds like your belt might be a lil off track on the mortor shaft
there is a adjustment srew on the top left of the motro its hidden under things but its there
you can looses this and swing the motor
make sure you have it lined up on the motor shaft and it should stay aligned on the pully
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
This sounds like a worn bearing housing or the bearing itself has packed up,either way you would have to strip and check these and replace what is broken
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
SOURCE: My plastic drum seal on
You have more serious problem than just your drum seal. The support arms in the wash tub are broken. The wash tub should always spin true. When it wobbles it is a sure sign that the suport arms or spider arms are broken. It is an expensive repair since the wash drum, the outer plastic tub and the door seal need to be replaced. Check your warranty, to see if some of these repairs can be covered. Get a few estimates before deciding whether to repair or replace it. Sorry.
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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