Loud grinding noise on washer when spin and drain.
Answer Hello Ron. Check and see if the pump on the unit is bad and needs to be replaced.
Can we get a diagram for replacing drain pump for this washer? If so, please tell me where to find it or email it to me.
To remove the drain pump on this unit, you will remove the lower panel on the front. The pump is accessible from here.
The washer still has water in the bottom of the tub after the rinse/spin cycle; yet the washer will pump out the water after the washing cycle. Are there two pumps or is the pump just not fully functioning during the rinse/spin cycle?
Based on this information the pump would not be working properly. You will want to check the pump to make sure that there are no clogs. Also pull the belt off the pump and see if it turns freely with no resistance. If there is resistance then the pump is faulty and would need to be replaced.
Washer agitates and drains well but then won't spin. I believe the belts are o.k. Can you help?
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Drum will not drain completely. The hoses are clear and the pump turns freely. I run extra spin cycles, but still wet clothes. The belt is good. I can see water recirculating in the pump during spin, but after a bit, nothing comes out of the drain. My wet vac can easily empty from the wall drain hose. Ideas?
Answer Hello Bob,
It sounds like there is either something wrapped around the pump impeller, preventing the vanes from being able to push the water or something has gotten into the pump at some point and worn against the impeller, wearing the impellers down so it cannot efficiently push the water out. Either way, the fix is a new pump assembly 35-6780.