My washer will spin out most of the water. There is a little in there but if I spin it again, then it's all out. Could it be the belt?
Answer Hello Rose,
This could be the belt 12112425 but you should also verify there is no debris in the hose restricting the water flow. You can remove the pump hose from the bottom of the tub to verify there is nothing in the outer tub restricting the water flow. As a note, you should never change only one belt on this design since it will cause the other belt to slip.
Washer ran thru cycle and would not empty or spin. Belt 21124 found on floor under washer. Some water found on floor as well.
Answer Hello Stanley,
Make sure there is nothing under the unit that could get into the belts, If a sock or similar item gets under the unit, it can get in the belt and flip it off. Also, make sure there is no oil under the unit. The lower lip seal in the transmission could be leaking, which puts oil on the belts and pulley. If this is the case, the pulleys should be completely cleaned with rubbing alcohol to remove all of the oil. The lip seal 207843 should be replaced and the belts replaced 12112425. The front panel should be removed to locate the source of the leak. If the pump 6-2022030 seal is leaking, the water will show up under the unit but not inside.
My tub will not fill up with water.
Answer Hello Catherine. Check the screens and see if they are clogged in the hoses and valve. If not, then check for power to the water valve. If there is power there and no water, replace the valve 22001274. Make sure the fuse is good. if not, replace the latch assembly 22001682. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html