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Loud clicking during spin, won't spin full speed

Machine started clicking loudly during spin cycle, shut machine off and restarted later and the clicking stopped. The spin cycle is not turning at full speed and acts like it is catching on something every time around.

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  • josh redman Feb 13, 2007

    Also, sounds like a gear problem of some sort.

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Manofred, you either have something in your pump or the coupler is starting to break up. Tip the washer back and take a look. See if there is a bunch of black debris under the trans. If so, your coupler is failing. The pump will come off with 2 clips and 2 clamps. Check to see if something is in the impeller. Check the attachments....Catriver...post back.

Posted on Feb 14, 2007

  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2007

    pump, motor,

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