Washer agitates fills drains but will not spin the water out. What part do I need transmission or hub?
Answer Al, There are several other things you need to check, before you replace a transmission or hub, unless there are obvious noises etc. You want to check for a slipping drive belt, a brake actuator, or worn "splutch". We'll send you some information that should help you diagnose and repair the issue.
How do I remove the tub? Are there screws holding it in place that I can't see or does it just lift out complete with the hub assembly after the agitator is removed?
Answer Jacob, It's a bit more involved than that. "1. Unplug washer or disconnect power. 2. Turn off the water supply to the washer. 3. Remove the top cover from the washer and lean it back against a wall .4. Remove the 5/16? hex-head screw from the side of the agitator.5. Pull up on the agitator and remove it from the drive shaft. NOTE: It may take some force to remove the agitator from the shaft.6. Unsnap the tub ring at the four locations and remove the ring.7. Loosen (do not remove) the wedge screw at the bottom of the basket.8. Pull the basket off the drive shaft and remove it from the tub9. To remove the balance ring from the basket, remove the four screws, and lift the
ring off the basket. REASSEMBLY NOTE: When you reinstall the basket, be sure to align the tabs in the shaft with the slots in the basket, and press down firmly so that they are fully mated before tightening the wedge screw." You didn't mention your issue, but this should get you where you want to be. Good Luck and Thanks
The washer is noisy when it goes into the spin cycle. Is there a bearing in the upper part of the transmission assembly? If so, is it servicable? Is it easy to get to? I replaced the bearing in the lower part just above the pulley and clutch assembly already.
Answer Jacob, If you're sure the issue is not a loose bolt in the tub or damaged drive hub 285709 Then the issue would be in the gearcase 3966743 it is a "sealed" unit, and will require the complete assembly. here's the how to info " 1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Turn off the water supply to the washer.3. Remove the agitator and basket.4. Tape the lid closed and lay the washer on its rear panel so that you can access the bottom of the unit. 5. Remove the brake actuator and disconnect it from the brake arm . 6. Remove the two carriage bolts and nuts from the drive motor and remove the motor and the belt. 7. Press the locking arms and disconnect the wiring harness from the drive motor connector. 8. Remove the green ground wire from the motor ground terminal. 9. Remove the 1/2? hex-nut from the splutch pulley and remove the pulley. 10. Unsnap the cam splutch snap-in from the motor support and remove the snap-in.
11. Remove the four 1/2? hex-head bolts from the motor support.12. Remove the splutch spring, slider, and cam ring from the gearshaft.
13. Remove the clip from the groove in the gearshaft.14. Pull the motor support off the gearshaft.15. Remove the motor shield from the frame.16. Pull the brake band support assembly off the frame post.17. To remove the brake assembly:a) Pull the brake spring and slide the end off the tub support. b) Rotate the brake arm clockwise (CW) to fully expand (loosen) the brake band, then pull the band assembly, its spring, and the brake arm off the tub support.18. To remove the gearcase assembly: a) Remove the five hex-head bolts from the tub support.b) Pull the gearcase and tub support from the tub." Good Luck and Thanks