Question about Kenmore 24872 Top Load Washer
The tub, when pushed to one side or the other, does not self right itself - it stays in the direction pushed. Would this be the springs? How many springs are there supposed to be? Is there anything that needs greasing in there? (Since I'm in there anyways). Thank you very much in advance.
Look for the counterweight system and if pulley wheels exist then look for wire cables that have either run off the pulleys or have broken. if no pulley wheels, then system is sliding weight that may need lube
Posted on May 23, 2007
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Sep 07, 2015 | Washing Machines
Hi penpoint1959 - The washer tub is stabilized by a number of springs that are attached to the frame of the tub and base of the washer. Make sure that the unit is loaded evenly and that the entire laundry center is leveled properly. If correct, possibly one or more of the springs may have broken or come loose. As far as the dryer is concerned, it could be a bad motor, a clog in the blower wheel or something binding the tub. Try spinning the dryer tub with your hand. If you notice that the drum cannot rotate freely, I suggest consulting a professional for an accurate diagnosis and to assist with the repairs.
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