My washer runs through every cycle until it gets to the spin cycle. it spins slowly (like i think it supposed to), but never gets up to speed. it sounds like it's trying to spin faster, and i can hear a noise like marbles rolling around). i had an f02, so i cleaned the drain hose (it had visible soap scum inside, but was not "clogged"). i've run it through a couple of times with no soap (normally i use very little he), and it seems to be better. ever hear of this? thanks, joe
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Re: gwh9100 washer spins slow
Did you clean pump? remove bottom cover remove clean out port on front of pump by turning white handle counterclockwise clean pump and reinstall if still have pump out issue ..pump impeller may be loose on shaft and not pumping properly..
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Unplug power cord. Take off the front panel (3ea -1/4"hex headscrews on bottom of panel). Get a shallow pan to catch the water and slowly unscrew the pump filter until the water fills up the pan. Repeat until all water is out of the washer tub. Unscrew filter and clean out foreign objects. Put all back together and run rinse spin cycle. If it works, cool...If not you will have to replace the pump.
Try this: The filter on your pump is probably clogged with lint and stuff. You have to remove the bottom front panel, 3 torx screws underneath.The panel will drop and come off.Drain off the excess water from the drain pipe you see. The white filter cover is right in front. Get yourself a good plastic bag to collect water. Unscrew the filter cover and twist the filter out. Clean out all the stuff and put it back in carefully. Check your pump too.
when you say will spin,you ither mean with out clothes .or tries to spin slowly with clothes in it because the water would slow it down.because it spins the lid switch is fine and so are all electrical parts but the pump.check its opperation its ither blocked or nolonger working. may God bless your efforts,tom
out balance are water still in tub will do that try cleaning out the pump filter under the panel at the bottom of the washer some have a big white looking screw you turnit remove filter if there water in it it will flow to the floor so have something to catch it with
This is not a Malber machine but the following fix has worked for the Malber washer. Try unplugging the machine for at least 2 minutes. Do not just turn it off as there is still current going to the machine .This should clear the computer. If this does not work, the imbalance may have overloaded the circuit board requiring replacement.
This is an interesting problem. How long does it have to sit before you can get it to spin? Can you let it go through the cycle and then immediatly put it into spin and it work? This machine will not spin until the pressure switch senses the water has drained. So you could have a slow drain, a clogged pressure hose, or faulty switch. A clogged hose or faulty switch would usually cause it to fill with more water than normal also. A slow drain is most likely, check the drain hose when it is draining and see if it is putting out a strong flow or just slowly draining. I think you will find it to be slow. This will cause it to take up all or most of the spin time trying to drain the water. If it is slow draining, check the pump for a sock or some obstruction. If the drain is good, remove the top and remove the rubber hose from the pressure hose and blow through it. You should be able to blow through it easily. A restricted pressure hose will cause the machine to think it has water in it after it has drained.