The washing cycle is normal up to rinse. When water start to drain, there is a clicking sound together with spinning cycle. What is wrong? Note the main gear has been replace about 2 yrs ago...Tks for help
You will want to check the drain pump to make sure that there is nothing that is clogged in the drain that would cause the clicking noise. If the drain checks ok then you will want to inspect the clutch and the brake to ensure that they are good.
My machine washers, lets out the wash but only spin sometime to wring out the clothes. the cloths are still wet because the machine did not spin, thank you
Answer Phillip, You'll need to remove the cabinet, then the tub cover and check to make sure there's no small article stuck between the tubs. Then remove the motor and pump assembly, and check the motor coupler 285753A for bent, cracked or damaged tabs on both couplers. Then lower the transmission and check the clutch assembly 285785 for excessive wear, slipping clutches are the more common issue for this style washer when it doesn't spin correctly.
Washer is working correctly but make a whining noise while spinning or pumping. I think the motor and transmission are involved with both of these processes. Any way determine which one is making the noise? I'm leaning towards the motor.
Answer Bruce, before you go too far, check the drain pump 3363394 first. There may be a small article (needle, pin , paper clip, etc.) inside the pump body or stuck in the impeller. There could also be an issue with the impeller bearings making noise.
Washer is making a grinding (slipping noise?) during the wash and rinse cycle. Spin cycle works. My wife heard a loud "pop" just before the noise started. transmission?
Answer Wayne, The transmission 3360629 is the second choice. First check the agitator 389386 and the agitator "dogs" 285748 inside the agitator barrel. If these component gets "stripped" or damaged, the washer will make a "grinding" noise in the agitation cycles.
How can you tell if the drive block is stripped?
Answer Hello Paul. If you look at the top of the drive block, the 2 cut outs will be stripped and not catching the tabs on the top of the drive tube.
My washer hangs when completing the wash cycle and does not go into the rince cycle. The water has been drained but it will not advance into the rinse. What should I be looking for?
You will need to check to make sure that the pressure hose and air dome are not clogged and access your tech sheet and run a diagnostics and see what error codes if any come up or are stored.