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Re: ot washing machine

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Posted by VernMI on October 02, 2012 at 16:56:10 from (

In Reply to: ot washing machine posted by kornfused on October 02, 2012 at 15:23:53:

Is it at top or front loader, Neptune or Atlantis?

Is the water being comletely discharged so that the inner basket is free to spin? Maybe the pump is not completely discharging the water from between the drums. Is the pump belt snug enough?

Does it run slow in both the wash and the spin cycles?

Does the brake release when the inner basket is trying to spin. A common problem on this type of machine is the transmission drive pulley and thrust bearing kit. If the pulley ramps have worn down or the thrust bearing has worn out, the brake won't be releasing all the way causing the brake to drag and not letting it get up to full spin speed.

Is there any clothing trapped between the inner and outer tubs.

Check that the motor slides back and forth real easy and smooth, clean the motor plate and nylon slide and put a light coat of oil on the plate where the nylon slide rides, make sure the motor tension spring is still in place.

It could be a be a problem with the transmission leaking oil. The shaft seal on the transmission could leak oil and it could get on the clutch. The clutch pads that are supposed to grab and turn the tub could be covered with oil. When the clutch pads get oil on them it makes the clutch slip too much and you never achieve full spin speed. Any sign of oil leaks under the machine?


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