My whirlpool washer just started making a loud "clacking" noise when it starts the spin cycle... repetitive sound and it does not actually spin any more. Otherwise it works. Do you think this is the motor coupling or would you suggest I start with other repair options? thanks
Answer Cathie, The motor coupling 285753A may be the issue, there could be a bent or broken tab on the coupler making noise and not driving the input shaft. But the issue is most likely in the Clutch assembly 285785 The mounting tabs may be damaged or one of the engagement pawls worn out and not engaging the gears properly to spin the wash tub.
F13 comes up on my machine.
Answer Hello Terry. We will need your model number to help you with this. Please call 1-877-477-7278 or post your model number with a new question on the parts page. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
I have a GE washer that makes a grinding sound. like a bearing
The most likely cause for the grinding sound would be the tub bearing WH2X1198. You would want to replace the bearing.
When my admiral top loader starts spinning it starts to jump around. If I stop it and rearange the clothes sometimes it spins ok or it starts banging again.
Answer Hello Tony. You need to check and see if the snubber 21002026 is bad on the unit. You will need to look for plastic shavings in the bottom of the machine. If there are some, the snubber ring 21002026 will need to be replaced to balance the machine.