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Washer is noisy and pumps but will not spin
Disconnect the washer from the power source. Locate the thrust spacer inside the washer and remove it. Install the thrust spacer and close up the washer and test it for functionality.
Washer leaking water
Disconnect washer from power source. Take front covers off and undo pulley spring to loosen belt. Disconnect wiring and hoses, install new hose clamp in the place of old hose clamp. Close up front covers and restore power and test appliance.
Washer makes unusual noise and will not spin
Disconnect the washer from power source. Pull off dispenser and remove bolt. Take agitator out of washer. Assemble the parts of the agitator kit and install into the washer. Restore power and test.
Lid switch broken and machine will not run
Unplug washer from power source. Remove top console exposing wires. Unplug wiring harness and remove brackets. Remove main sheet metal frame to expose lid switch assembly. Remove damaged assembly and install new. Restore power and test.
Broken screw requires replacement
Disconnect appliance from power source. Remove old screw by turning counter clockwise and insert new screw in its place, turning clockwise to tighten.
Washer shakes and moves
Disconnect the washer and safely tilt the machine up to gain access to the feet. Remove broken foot and install new one in its place. Put washer back on level ground and restore power.
Washer leaks, shakes, and will not spin
Disconnect your washer from the power source. Remove top cap on the agitator to locate the inner cap seal. Remove defective or damaged inner cap seal and put new one in its place. Restore power and test.
Washer is leaking
Disconnect washer from power source. Pop off the agitator cap with a flat head screw driver, and insert new cap and seal in its place. Restore power to the washer.
Washer leaks, is noisy, and moves
Disconnect washer from power source. Lay washer on its back, causing springs to relax. Remove old springs with pliers while supporting the tub and installing new springs.
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