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Re: I have a kitchen aid Model# KAWS850GQ1 How do I...
Thanks for the question AT the front of the console at each corner where the top meets the console you will see 2 screws remove them Lift the console You willsee 2 brass spring loaded clips remove disconnect wire connectione on the top pull off cabinet now you should see the pump & motor its usually the pump with all these parts off you can still put washer in fill &it will wash now you should be able to see your leak Thanks for the question THe appliance doc
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Based on your post, if you mean manually advancing the timer it will drain, it's a coupler. If you mean manually activating the lid switch, it is the lid switch or lid switch strike. ( this is based on the most common Whirlpool, Estate, Kitchen-Aid, Roper, Kenmore, Inglis top-load washer, not necessarily applicable toALL...based on the model provided, it cover's yours)
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This is usually caused by the motor coupler. This is very inexpensive and easy to replace. Here is a video this will walk you thru this disassembling and replacing a motor coupler in a direct drive machine. It may be a different model but the troubleshooting and replacement will be the same. You can also enteryour model # for your specific model to get diagrams and illustrations. Not all models are available. All parts come with installation instructions.
On Whirlpool brand made machines the drive coupler between
the motor and the transmission is probably stripped out or broken and needs to
be replaced. Keep in mind that Whirlpool also manufactures:
Estate, Roper, Kitchen Aid, some Kirkland and
some Kenmore washers. All have the
same coupler that gets stressed and breaks. A cause for this often times is
overloading the machine.
After inspecting and finding the problem, make
sure you have the model number and call your local appliance parts
store or repair center and they probably have your part in stock. Repairing a stripped out coupler is pretty easy for the doit yourselfer. I suggest watching this video before attempting the repair: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLPGs2UMUJc
Well, this is one of those times when it is important to note what brand of washer you have.
The fact that you hear something humming tells me that the motor is turning and that tells me the lid switch is activated and functioning correctly
If it is a whirlpool brand made machine the drive coupler between the motor and the transmission is probably stripped out or broken and needs to be replaced.
Keep in mind that Whirlpool also manufactures : Estate, Roper, Kitchen Aid, some Kirkland and some Kenmore washers. All have the same coupler that gets stressed and breaks. A cause for this is often times is overloading the machine.
Most other brands use a belt drive system and the belt probably burnt in two or broke. Again the cause in most cases is overloading.
After inspecting and finding the problem, make sure you have the model number and call your local appliance parts store or repair center and they probably have your part in stock.
probably wouldnt look under hte agitator for problem. although the trick is to hold t he agitator while looseninghte bolt, it will then lifts right off after bolt removed., i would remove hte cover and perhaps look for a broken spring , bleach sometimes falls through rusting out metal brackets
I was having the same problem with mine so I took it apart. There is a plastic coupler-like device that connects the drive motor to shaft which allows your "spin" cycle to commence. This coupler has posts in side it but they are under the little belt. My posts were all broken so the bottom piece of the coupler was spinning but the top was not, so it just made a humming noise. This part is available at