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Belt stops running and clicky noises

My washer makes a clicky noise in the spin cycle and sometimes in the wash cycle. The belt also seizes up and just make a errrr noise and won't spin or agitate. The belt broke and we replaced it, but it is still making the noise and seizing. We thought something was in the drain discharge, but nothing. Can anybody help?

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If this is top loader the gearbox is faulty. Regards Advisor

Posted on Aug 23, 2007

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