I have just replaced the thrust bearing on my washer a week ago and worked fine for ONE week and now same thing happened, makes loud noise, and won't drain, please help
Answer Ahmed, You'll need to check the drain pump 35-6465 or 35-6780 depending on serial number, and belt21352320. The thrust bearing kit has very little to do with the drain system, as long as the motor runs and has a belt, the washer should drain.
Will not agitate.
If the unit does not agitate yet spins then the issue would most likely be caused by a bad transmission or thrust bearing. If the unit is not agitating or spinning then the issue would most likely be the lid switch.
The washer is still working but a brown liquid (oil?) is leaking out the bottom. Not sure what part needs to be replaced. Thx
You will want to check to see if you can determine where the leak is coming from. The issue could be a leak around the tub bearings which could cause the brown liquid. It could also be that the transmission is leaking and would need to be replaced.
After spin and rinse or after the agitation cycle the tubs stops violently, too quick, immediate. Is this the brake assembly or thrust bearing or both?
If the unit is making a screeching type noise at the end of the cycle then the issue would be the brake assembly. You would want to replace the brake and stator on the unit. The tub is designed to stop rapidly but should not make the screeching noise.