My washer and dryer is working fine. However, recently, while washing clothes, I can hear a slight knocking or banging noise coming from the unit. Any thoughts??
Answer Hello Vinny. Check and see if the inner basket feels loose. If so, the coupler under the agitator may be cracked and need to be replaced. If it is good, check the suspension springs and the base of the milk stool for cracks.
How do I remove The washer bearing from the motor.
To remove the bearing you will have to remove the agitator, inner tub, and the transmission. We would need the model number of the unit to be able to assist properly. And if you could provide an email we may be able to send information. Please post your model number with a new question on the parts page. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
Wsaher squeels during spin cycle . I have put a new belt on didn t make a differance.
The most likely cause of the squealing in the spin cycle would be bad bearings on the unit.
Dryer drum will not turn. It tries to turn but is jammed. Could it be a bearing? The belt is ok.
Answer Hello Frank,
This sounds like a sock or another article of small clothing has gotten into the blower wheel. It could be a bearing, but is less likely because the first complaint the customer will give for this is a loud, noisy machine.
my washer agitates but the tub spins clockwise and gets faster and faster
Answer Tom, Based on your post description, at this point, the "one way" bearing has failed and you will need to replace the transmission assembly 134735700 and associated parts. Thanks
Do I need to grease this bearing after installation ? If so,with what type grease? Thanks!
Answer Hi JrH. It is always good advise wherever there are 2- metals working against one another, it is best to use a film of grease. This way they wear in together and if there is a need to replace it in the future it is easier to replace. Bearing part # 3204405. Thank You.