How do you put oil in transmission for kenmore washer?
Answer Hello gizmo. You have to remove the transmission from the unit and disassemble the top cover on the transmission to add the oil to the unit.
Maytag pav22008ww s/n 10670263ww washer was in wash cycle. It started making noise like stripped gears agitator vibrating big time. Does this suggest transmission? Unitapprox 12 yew old. Help
Thanking you in advance
Answer Marlon, It's very possible, you have a transmission issue 35-6615 but you need to check the thrust bearing assembly cams and washers 12002213 first. If theres a drastic change in the tolerance, the gears inside the case wont mesh properly and can also create the same noise and vibration in the washer.
Everything works - but when it get to rinse it does drain the water - but the tub don't spin.
Answer Hello andres. You will need to check the clutch and the drive block in the unit and see if they are bad. If so, they can cause the issue you are having with the unit.
My washer does not change agitator speeds, so ether fast or slow it is always the same speed but seems sluggish. Washer spins, drains, and does everything else fine. Lastly if it is the transmission what other parts should I replace while I am down there? Couple, clutch?
Answer Brian, The agitate and spin speeds are controlled through the speed selector switch, timer and motor contacts, depending on model and serial number. You're not needing a transmission, at this point. If you can get the complete model number from the washer, we may be able to assist you with circuit and switch checks you can make with a meter.