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PartSelect Number PS11738882
This V-style drive belt measures 51 inches long and 3/8 inches wide. The belt is made to slip on the motor pulley to bring the basket up to the speed required. Continued use can result in the belt suffering from wear and tear. Replace the V-style drive belt if you notice that the belt looks damaged. The most common symptoms of a damaged drive belt include: a burning smell or a loud grinding noise coming from the washer; the drum will not spin, spins slowly, or not agitate; the washer shakes and moves, will not start, or will not drain.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I removed the back panel and then removed the old pump. After attaching the new pump I flipped the machine and attached the new belt. I put everything back together and voila, the machine works.
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Unplugged everything, disconnected hoses, took belt off and put new one on.
replaced water pump and belt ,had to shim motor mounts , working pretty good , but still needs some tweaking
Just tipped it back pulled the pulley off (the little plastic tits on the shaft just break off) the belt comes off easy. Carefully tap the new pulley on using a little grease or petroleum jelly on the splines before hand. The belt goes on easily when you slide the motor over. Just force the belt onto the big pulley just as you would on your car.Problem was... the new belt and pulley burnt right up again when it tried to agitate after filling. So the motor was turning fine, and the pump shaft was turning fine, but the agitator (tranny) must have been locked up. Its pulley (the big one) would spin in one direction but was locked in the other when I checked it. Not knowing any better, I assumed that was normal. I still don't know if it is or not. That's the problem with these chat sessions...One guy says it should spin freely both ways another says it should be somewhat difficult to spin, you don't know if the control has to be set in a certain spot before checking. I gave up just going to buy another. This time a direct drive, although it doesn't make any difference there all junk.
First I am a woman and was able to do it, and if I can do it anyone should be able to do this. The service call alone was 75.00, and the belt was 23.00 with shipping. First we tilted the washer at a 45 degree angle and I removed the belt, and just rolled the newer one on the track. That was it and I was done. My washer now purrs like a kitten love it. And Part Select sent out my part and I recieved it next day, thank you for wonderful service that kind of service is hard to find. <3
pulled out the washing machine that was the hard part, tilted it back checked too make sure everything spun by hand just to see if that was reason for the belt to snap but everything spun by hand nice and smoothly poped on the drive belt and everything works fine back in business.
Not knowing what I was doing, I just started taking the machine apart. Finally, turned the machine on it side and found the belt barely holding together and I was not able to move it. When I removed the belt I discovered that the discharge pump was stuck. Therefore, I also removed it. Everything else seemed to work. When I order the new pump along with a belt, I was glad to see the description of the pump included the pulley. When the parts came they where exactly what I needed and I was able to install them quickly and but the machine back together with out have any extra parts left over.
I turned washer over, took off old shredded belt. One of the pulleys is spring loaded so I just held it in as i looped the new belt on. Easiest repair I have made on a washer!
We're not repair people. So when calling around for the replacement belt no one had it. Everyone said that the belt went to a dryer. We simply inspected the machine. Located the worn belt which was on the bottom of the washer machine went online and ordered the belt. Thank you so much you guys really saved me. I will always recommend you all to everyone that I know. Your system works Great! Thanks Part Select!
First removed the top using a putty knife to compress the two clips on front of top. Removed the two self tapping hex head screws at top. Lifted front cover off. Tilted machine back to discover the problem. Removed back access panel to drain pump. Removed pump and replaced with new one. With the machine tilted back, replaced belt.Also replaced a badly faded control panel. The trick to removing the timer knob was to gain access to the back of the timer. A blue pin is located in the middle which has a shaft the runs into the knob. Using a small screw driver, just pull the pin out enough to release the knob. It does not come all the way out. I had a little difficulty removing the water level control knob and water temp knob. After carefully removing the knobs, I put on a little pressure grease to make it easier next time. Good luck on your repair project and hope this helps too.
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