During a normal wash, randomly the drum appears to be getting stuck during the anti clockwise cycle only. The machine will try a couple of times and then just stop until the counter goes to 1 minute and then does no more. If you open the door and turn the drum manually there is no friction and is free to turn. Thanks for your help.
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Check and see what type detergent you are using. I bought regular liquid detergent and the machine began making noise during the spin cycle and the drum would not spin.I was informed that you have to use detergent that is labeled HE (High Efficiency).The regular liquid detergent will suds up during the wash cycle which then causes the drum to slip and not spin during the spin cycle.What you are hearing during the spin cycle is the drum slipping.Unplug your washer for 30 minutes and let it reset. This lets the suds dry out. Run a cycle with no spin to rinse out the drum.This should eliminate your problem.If you have clothes in the machine, run a cycle with no spin, just don’t add any more detergent.Then run the normal cycle with spin a second time with no detergent. I hope this cures your problem.
There is nothing wrong with your machine. Don'f bother with the sound , You said you threw 2 pair of jeans, so its bottons are causing the sound against the drum during cycle. Finished your laundry and worry no more. To make sure, throw some another clothing asides form jeans, like shirts, and feel the normal silent of your machine.
Check the coils on the wig-gag. Its a couple of bars that engage the spin drive or the wash drive. If you look at the machine when its running you will see it moving back and forth, hence the name. If the coil engages the spin cam, but itstill will not spin then the tranny is your next culprit.
Zoobs, you could have something stuck under the agitator. The agitator will pull straight off. Grip it on each side and pull up hard, but don't hit yourself in the face. If that don't work, try slipping a belt under it and pull. Check for something caught under it. Another possibility could be the nylon suspension rod socket supports in the back. They will make a noise during agitation if they are dry. Put a little 3 in 1 oil to quite them down. Take the front panel off and check the pulley and belt, see if anything is out of whack. I also often find the motor support hitting the bottom panel during agitation making noise. Take the front panel off and observe during agitation. See if the support is striking the bottom. If so, just bend the bottom panel down. Catriver..post back.