When the washer goes into extract there is a clunk clunk noise for just a second then it sounds ok. Could this be no oil in transmission and if so what kind of oil goes in it.
You will want to pull the inner tub from the unit and check the trunnion to make sure that it has not come loose. The gearcase would have oil in it but would most likely not be the issue with the unit making noise. This gearcase cannot have more oil put in it.
I pulled out my washer and ther is oil on the floor, can you tell me where this is coming from and I need to replace?
Answer Hello Tammy. Usually oil comes from the transmission. It is common to find a small amount under the units after they have been there a while. As long as it is working properly, it should be fine.
Washer will fill with water but not agitate. I can manually rotate timer dial to get the tub to spin and drain in high speed. Agitator will only move in counter clockwise direction. Is this a motor issue or a transmission issue and how do I verify before purchasing the part I need?
Answer Hello Colin,
I would first check the lid switch assembly 134101800 then the pressure switch 134422700. These are the most likely causes if voltage is not being supplied to the motor. This washer switch is both the lid lock and lid switch. New mounting bracket replaces older design. Which means in some applications you may need to drill off old design mounting bracket prior to mounting the new lock. If your replacing the 4 wire switch you will need to tape off light switch leads. The light will no longer be used. Instructions included.
Why is my washer, the tub, spinning during wash cycle?
Answer Hello Minh. It sounds like the transmission 134735700 is bad and will need to be replaced on the unit.
Agitator is not agitating but the machine is spinning though.
Answer Hello Smooth. Check and see if the agitator is stripped out. If not, you will need to order and replace the transmission assembly 134735700 on the unit.