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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First unplug the machine, now take off the front panel, two screws at the bottom of the front panel, front panel swings up and off.
check to make sure the six springs are still in place.
Under the tub is bearing housing between the tub and base usually white in color, under this is a plastic ring, does it seem to float easily when you move the tub. it could be broken. Also look around for loose or missing screws.
If all seems fine, make sure you have all four rubber feet on, level machine, in the front first side to side, then pull machine toward you to bring rear legs off floor, these are self leveling, have someone assist and make sure they are not stuck, use a pliers and break loose if they are. So with the machine on its front feet and the back feet off the ground set the machine down on all four feet check level front to back adjust as needed on the front legs. You should reset rear legs as you adjust the front. now with machine level tight the nut between the front legs and the base locking them.
This should help, if machine still shakes it could be the balance ring, has lost if solution its filled with a salt water solution, the hard part is you need to find it under the tub cover. we will go into the detail if we need to. ask more questions later
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
110.23032102 shows as a kenmore model number. I couldn't find a matching part number, so we'll work off the assumption that it is the model number. That being the case, if just the top portion of the agitator does not work, you are likely looking at and agitator dog problem. Yes, it's a silly name for the part, but that is what it says right on the manufactures replacement part. While you are in there, I would also recommend replacing your thrust spacer as well as they get brittle over time. So, once you have part numbers 80040 (agitator dogs) and 8055228 (thrust spacer), here's how to swap them out. First remove your fabric softner dispenser. It should have a blueish/ green ring around it. The ring locks it in place. Lift the ring and the dispenser will lift off. Next, as you look down under where the dispenser was, you will see clear plastic with a black rubber ring around it. There are 2 tabs sticking out of the top of it, just grab these (needle nose pliers would make it easier) and pull it up. Under that you will find a bolt (7/16" if I remember correctly) Remove the bolt and the whole agitator can lift out now. If only the top half comes off, don't worry about it. the bottom half can stay without a problem. As a matter of fact, the thrust spacer sits between the 2 halves. Now, the area where the bolt came out is a seperate piece. It may or may not be held in by two white plastic tabs at the bottom. If it is, just work the tabs off with a small flat head screwdriver. Once this piece is seperated, you will now see your agitator dogs. There is a ring holding them on from the bottom. Slide the ring off and replace all 4 dogs. Wipe any extra fabric softner and shavings from the previous dogs out. Re-assemble in reverse. .
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
SOURCE: Speed queen top loader
You should be able to get a replacement agitator from partselect.com or repairclinic.com. look on line for an agitator however How old is the washer, would you give me the serial number.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
Unplug the dryer.
Remove the front panel. Two screws on the bottom left and right about 3 inches from the floor and 3 inches in from the sides.
Lift the panel off.
Remove the 2 screws on the bottom right and left of the door. Pull forward and raise it up to disengage lock tabs. Remove the door switch wires.
Under the top lid you will see 2 screws right and left holding the top on. Remove these and lift the top to the rear of the dryer.
From the floor position, reach in and remove the drum belt from the pulley and tension roller.
Remove the drum from the dryer.
On the bottom left rear of the inside cabinet you will see the heater,fuses and thermostats.
With a volt/ohm meter (vom) set for continuity you can remove at least one wire from each part. Then check for continuity through each part.
If you get no reading the part is bad.
Look for burned/separated wires also.
Reverse the above order to re-install parts.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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