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    • Part Number: AP3096209
    • MFG Part Number: 3360629
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My washer is makeing a noise when in high spin cycle, sounds like a gear, everything works, does not do it all the time, replaced the clutch seem to help, but still have the noise. Is this the gearbox?

Scott for Model Number wtw5200QO

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My machine is smoking and has a burning smell to it? Is it my gearcase gone bad?

Lupe for Model Number LSR5232LQ1

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Hello. My washer seems to work fine in all aspects except that the tub does not spin at full speed for the spin cycle. It gets faster when there are no clothes in the tub thank when there is a load in there. However, the tub still doesn't get to full speed even when empty. One of your previous answers said I need to check the drive block and clutch first. If they are fine, then I would need to change the neutral drain transmission. Upon inspection of the clutch and drive block, how can I know if either of them are the problem? i.e.-how do I diagnose a worn clutch or drive block? I'm really hoping it's just the clutch! Thanks in advance for your help. J

Jinsoo for Model Number Kenmore Model 110.88732793

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Washing machine spins slow in spinning cycle, leaving closes too wet. All the other cycles work good. What could be a problem?

Virgil for Model Number Kenmore 110.88732793

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My washer does not agitate or spin. It makes a loud noise like loud spinning/slash grinding noise.

Paul for Model Number taws800jq2

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I have had to replace the coupler numerous times. Service tech thought over loading, then machine out of balance, then out of level. All have been corrected to make sure a balanced, light load, and the machine is perfectly leveled. The newest heavy duty couple sheared right at the start of spin. I don't see pieces under the machine but we have a spinning motor, no grinding of any kind of noises. I suspect the Neutral Drain Transmission. How do I check it to see if it is the transmission?

Richard B for Model Number 622862

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When starting the rinse cycle my washer will hum and not spin. (I peak in with out tripping the lid switch) Once i move the agitator around a bit, and close the lid it will sound and spin normally. I just replaced the clutch, dogs and drive coupling.

Cole for Model Number 110.29422801

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Washer will agitate but wont spin.

Tim for Model Number 110-24852300

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Agitator started making a clunking or grinding noise and wasn't rotating clothes properly. I checked the dogs and they are okay. Spin cycle and water drain are fine. Just went back to restart with water in the tub to check the noise so I could give more detail and after a few seconds, something clicked and the agitator started rotating properly again. The clunking noise was serious. Could this be a transmission problem?

Gary for Model Number Kenmore Washer 110.92597200

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My washer is a whirlpool model wtw5810sw0. It makes a very loud clunk every time when it goes into gear. Is this normal? Everything else works fine. Any information you can give me will help and be very much appreciated. Thank you.

Calvin for Model Number WTW5810SW0

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