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    • Part Number: AP4024902
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Back again after you helped me with my 15 year old washer that stalled once it was filled. I replaced the lid switch and all was well for several weeks. Recently, on two occasions, the washer fills, stops in cycle and buzzes without doing anything more. After shutting it off, I move the drive belt and motor and when I start it again, all is well. We have never replaced the belts. Is it time for that or is this something else please?

Stephen G. for Model Number Maytag LAT4916AAM

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I remove the old Motor & pump belt on my Maytag washer because it was loose making a sqeecking sound on a wash cycle and measured it to be 40 1/2 long. If this belt is 40 1/2 long why is it loosed?.

George for Model Number LAT4910AAL

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Will not spin. Replaced the belt and same thing.

John for Model Number Maytag 9206bae

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Once the spin cycle picks up momentum tub goes out of balance. Could it be belts as machine is 11 years old and they are original. They seem fairly loose,when squeezed in middle the two sides touch. When rubbed, the belts give off black smudge to fingers. Took front panel off, everything underneath seems clean, no obvious signs of issues.

Gerry for Model Number LAT9206BAE

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Won't spin water out. I opened the lid and Washer was full of smoke.

Lillie for Model Number LAT9356AAE

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Same problem as tom, spin cycle barely releases water. Is it just a belt?

Craig for Model Number la412

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Water remains after the spin cycle. Several manually set spin cycles later pumps the remaining water out. Could it just be a worn belt? Pump and motor are turning.

Tom for Model Number Not sure

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Spin cycle no longer works. Washer makes a clicking sound.

Vick for Model Number A490

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The agitator does not create turbulence or suds in the water. The agitator base moves back and forth ever so slowly but with force. It is not slipping. The spin cycle works fine. Could the belts be slipping or is the problem in the transmission?

Richard for Model Number LAT9206BAE

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My 1995 Maytag laundry washer would run a wash cycle but it would not evacuate the water and go into a spin cycle. The faint sound of the little electric motor in the timer is present but, no sound from the washer/spin motor. I evacuated the water out of the washer. I then unplugged the machine and leaned it backwards to check the drive belt and pump belt. Both belts are in place and intact and the pulleys freely turn with my hand. I set the machine back on it's four feet and plugged it back into the wall receptacle. I ran a new wash cycle and it ran both spin cycles fine without any problems evacuating the water. It seems to be working fine now. I don't know what is happening. I have had this Maytag laundry washer since I bought it new in 1995 and I have never had to replace the drive or pump belts, neither the drive motor. The four feet are adjusted to sit the washer level and secure without rocking or vibrating.

Robert Scott for Model Number LAT9235AAE

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