I put a new belt on ever since I put the belt on seems like the moter is getting hot, and when it hits spin cycle, it stops all together. I dont know if I got the belt on wrong or not. Please email me back.
Answer Hello Roy. It sounds like the belt is installed properly and the issue with the unit is the tub bearing 40004201P is bad and is binding the unit up. It sounds like you will need to replace the main bearing in the unit.
Instruction how to remove belt and install. Thanks.
Answer Ted, Here you go :"Service Access Panel/Front Panel 1. Remove bottom screws in Access Panel. 2. Remove lower screws in Front Panel. Motor and Mounting Bracket 1. Remove service access panel, see “Service Access Panel” procedure.
NOTE: There will always be some water that will remain in outer tub, before removing hoses from pump, hoses must be pinched off or drained to prevent water spillage. 2. Loosen hose clamps and remove hoses from pump assembly. 3. Unhook idler spring from clip on front of the motor mounting bracket. NOTE: Use care when releasing idler lever tension. If idler spring is overstretched, washer operation
will be affected. 4. Reach in and around left side of motor and remove belt off large drive pulley.5. Disconnect wire harness from motor 6. Remove bolts securing motor and mounting bracket to lower outer tub flange and to weldment assembly.switch by pressing down on locking tab on top of connection block and at the same time, pull connection block away from motor switch. 7. Lift complete assembly out of washer. 8. Reverse procedure to reassemble." While you have the assembly apart, also clean and lubricate the idler pulley shaft and bearing. Thanks and Good Luck