When the wash cycle is complete and the clothes are removed from the tumbler, it sounds like water is left in the barrel. I rotated the tumbler by hand and I hear water sloshing around inside the barrel. I can't see the water, I just hear it and don't know if it is normal or a mechanical problem. My washer works great otherwise. Any suggestions?
If you can't see any water and just hear it, this is completely normal. This is a front load washer and has a special cover of the inner tub basket. This cover contains some water that has been sealed in at the factory to keep the load balanced while it is spinning.
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Sounds like the timer is screwed... Sending out the wrong signals and the dryer is doing the rinse cycle when it should just be the spin cycle. Do t know what your timer looks like in that washer but most now days look like the picture.
check the Lid safety switch, if its shorted the spin cycle won't work, so your left with wet clothes ,, you can jumper the 2 wires together to test the switch , if that makes the cycle work, Replace that switch
Because the water pump operates as a timed cycle, a partially blocked water passage either from the outer drum to the pump, inside the pump, or from the pump to the house drain is restricting the amount of water being pumped. Remove the drain hose from the house drain just enough that you can watch the water flow during a normal pump cycle. The water should be coming out quite forcefully--if just a trickle, then something is blocking the flow. Look for kinked hoses or even a slow running pump.
I would try to fault isolate the noise area by removing the front cover (watch the belt) and start a Spin Only cycle with no clothes in the wash basket.It’s a 10 minute cycle so let the wash basket spin up to full RPM.Do you hear the rock crushing sound?If it sounds like the problem area is the clutch pulley area terminate the cycle with the Off Key.Check for any trace of a water or transmission oil in that area. If that’s not the cycle causing the excessive noise I would next do a quick wash with no clothes in the wash basket and see if the grinding/rock crushing sound is coming from the tumblers in wash cycle, maybe some change under the tumblers. When you cleaned/re-lubed the one-way roller clutch bearings how did they look?Did the Spinner Shaft Coupler (I show it in this post) rotate freely CW in both the upper bearing (if used) and the lower bearing?Let me know your findings and if you have additional questions.Rich
water pump blocked with nylon stuffing from old pillow.removed front panel from hinges under the lid. water pump at the right hand corner removed hose then removed 2 cups of nylon threads and stuffing forced into pumps small openings where it was compacted to a solid mass.
it sounds as tho water is getting intyo machine after use. there are 2 possible causes.
inlet valve leaking. turn water off and see if this stops water accumulating. if it does, then you need to replace valve to cure.
if drain is plumbed into spigot on sink trap then every time you drain sink, some of the water goes down the drain hose.
to cure, take the drain hose up as high as possible in a swan neck
what it sounds like is the drain from your house wher the washing machine drain hose hooks into is daraining slow so after it spins and pumps the water out the pump shuts off but the drain hose is syphoning the water back into the machine,theres probally lint built up in your drain pipe