My washer does not always spin out. On Heavy loads I have to turn tub to engage spin. The belt seem to slip. I changed belt and motor. Where do I look next?
Answer Hello Jeffery. You will need to look at the thrust bearing 12002213. If it is bad, then the tub will not spin on it's own. Hope this helps.
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Thank you for responding to my first question. I have one more question for you. When I replace my Snubber Ring ( 21002026). It was said in the video to use Three (3) slightly longer 10-24 machine threaded screws. Exactly what size is that and do you sale them as well? Again, thank you.
Answer Hello William,
These screws are the exact same diameter and thread as the ones holding the brake stator on with, (part with the sticker warning of th4e 200 lb. spring). Using the longer ones enables you to pull tension down on the spring safely without the special tool that has been discontinued. Since they are too long and not assigned to a model number, we do not have them. These will have to be obtained locally. They MUST be exactly th4e same size and thread so the threads will not be damaged and the original screws can do a proper job holding the 200 lb. spring safely in position.
Washer makes a terrible noise as it goes into spin cycle. I'm guessing its the clutch.
Answer Hello Daniel. Check the pulley 12002213 and the pump 35-6465 on the unit. You can turn them by hand and see what is bad.