Why did my washer stop spinning? But it drains the water. What part will I need to purchase?
Answer Hello Germaine. You will need to check and see if the thrust bearing kit 12002213 is bad on the unit. Manually rotate the drive pulley in a slow
counterclockwise direction until the brake starts to
release and the transmission begins to turn. Position the “Arrow Reference” midway between
the “Min Pulley Hub Reference and the “Max
Pulley Hub Reference” markers located on the
Pulley. If the position of the Cam Arrow to the Pulley Hub is
not within these parameters, or brake does not release, replace the kit.
Can you tell me all the parts that might be needed for a stability issue? And is there a kit? Or is each part sold seperatly.
Answer Mike, there are no "kits" for your issue, So, you want to start at the base 22003390 and rear locking legs, make sure the base, is not cracked twisted bent or "over flexxing" in any direction, check and make sure the rear legs lock in place and level or install a stationary leg kit 12001577. Next is the "Snubber" 21002026 I'm sure it's well worn by now, especially if you find a large amount of "plastic" shavings. Then the suspension springs 21001598 you'll need six(6).As an accessory, you coould install 12001736 which will reduce vibration noise in the cabinetry by "stiffenning" things up. You are sure there is no vibration or movement in your floor or flooring? Drop us a line if you need more assistance. Thanks and Good Luck
The drum on my washing machine tilts back toward the wall. It works fine but shouldn't the tub be level? When I pull the tub back toward the front of the machine and it becomes level it falls backward again when I turn it loose. Are there springs to keep the tub level?
Answer Hello Phil. The tub on all front load machines are tilted towards the wall so the water won't be against the door seal as much. The front of the unit is generally supported by springs while the rear is normally supported by struts, (similar to shocks). The tub is supposed to rock on its' mountings so the suspension can properly absorb the vibration of an out-of-balance load. Without this "slack" the machine would stomp its' feet. Hope this was helpful to you!