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After the machine finishes the spin cycle it fills with 2 inches of water before completely shutting off.

Darby for Model Number 110.9822800

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When washing machine enters spin cycle it is very loud. Sounds like a helicopter and keeps getting louder and louder until it stops. Also the basket seems to move around more than it used to? How much should they move? Unit is about 7yrs old.

Ronnie for Model Number Whirlpool Cabrio top loder washing machine

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I changed my coupler because the plastic was broke and not spinning. Put it back together and ran a large load of towels. Midway through the wash cycle it started smoking really bad and smelt something burning… unplugged it for a while, plugged it back in and the cycle finished correctly but still smelt like something burning.

Joe for Model Number 110.92588210

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During the spin/rinse cycle the washer will sometimes spin violently, almost like it's spinning too fast. This causes the machine to walk and bang around very loudly. I need to check the suspension springs, but wondered if it might be the clutch or transmission.

Chris for Model Number TAWS800JQ1

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Your video makes it look easy to lift out the inner tub on a Whirlpool LSR7233EQ0. I had little problem tearing down to that point but the inner tub just won't release from the drive block. Any suggestions? -Mike

Mike for Model Number LSR7233EQ0

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We replaced the drive block about a year ago and now it is doing the same thing noise wise, loud clunking at the end of spin cycle. What is making my drive block go bad so quick?

Annie for Model Number WTW5300VW2

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Hello, I bought a used washer and when the wash cycle is completed after the final Spin cycle when it is completed or if I open the lid which I know is when the Brakes are applied to stop the tub the tub continues to spin making the loud knocking sound as the hub drive lock nut is not fully locking in causing it to run around the hub. I have taken apart and the lock nut is worn on the 2 nuts inside left slot edges and the Hub shaft tabs it sets on are also slightly worn on each of the left side of the tabs from running around it. Will a new Drive lock nut lock it in place if the hub slots are worn or do you recommend I also replace the Basket Drive and Brake Assembly as well? Thank you for your Excellent Diagrams, Videos, Parts and Services.

Michael for Model Number LSB6200PQ0

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Hi! I have a question regarding the spin cycles on my Whirlpool Gold top load washer. The first issue we noticed was that the clothes were coming out very wet; the pump was working fine and draining the tub, but it wasn't spinning. I checked and replaced the drive coupler (worn but not broken). The unit seemed to run fine for a few days, then the issue recurred. I ordered and replaced the clutch assembly, but my test run revealed a problem. I ran the unit through a cycle with the lid open and switch manually held closed so I could observe the cycle. I noticed that at the end of the wash/agitation stage, the motor would run and the pump would remove the water, but the basket would not spin. I opened the switch (as though I would be opening the lid) and closed it again, and the basket started to spin without issue. The same thing happened at the end of the rinse cycle...pump comes on and starts emptying the basket, but does not spin until I release the switch and then close it again, then it works fine. The high spin cycle starts and runs fine. It seems to me that the basket brake may not be disengaging properly until the lid switch is opened. Does the basket brake engage during the agitation cycles to prevent the basket from turning during agitation? It appears to be the case since it's only after agitation that the spin does not occur...when going from the rinse spin to high spin it works fine. If that's the case, what could be the culprit with the brake? Weak spring? Any help is greatly appreciated!

Luke for Model Number GSQ9310HQ0

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What part/parts causes the agitator to quit agitating when the machine goes into spin cycle? I have cleaned the clutch lining- no apparent damage. I also cleaned the brake assembly no apparent damage. I have another machine (RoperRTW4100SQ1) which appears to have the same mechanical parts and when the Roper machine goes into spin cycle, the agitator spins with the tub assembly. The machine that is giving a problem wants to continue to agitates when it goes into spin cycle making loud noises. Can you tell me what is wrong with the problem washer? Thanks Don

Don H for Model Number 11029812

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My Kenmore washing machine will fill with water fine. When the wash cycle begins, it will agitate for about 15-20 seconds and then stop. At this point, advancing the timer does nothing. If I shut off the washer, come back after about 5 minutes and turn it on again, it does the same thing. Agitate for a few seconds and stop. Also, if I shut it off, come back after a few minutes, advance the timer to spin, and turn on it will spin and drain slowly for about 20 seconds and stop. Please help.

Matthew for Model Number Kenmore Washer; Model # 110.28532701

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