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Admiral top-load washer LNC 6750 lazy spin


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#1 Kelfin

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Posted 27 August 2009 - 06:58 AM

Hello again,

After the stellar help I received replacing the rollers on my dryer, I've returned with a much bigger challenge - correcting the lazy / slow spin on my washing machine.

It's an Admiral Designer Series, model LNC 6750.   The model number is also called 85-06750-071-000.  The spin cycle is definitely still running, but not with enough strength to get the water out of the clothes, and the problem is worse the heavier the load.

I've seen a number of other posts about similar problems on similar machines, but I'm posting for help because:
a) After an hour of hunting, I'm still confused
b) All the posts I've found so far have included words I don't understand, and start *after* the machine has been moved and disassembled.

Please post help and/or links to the previous posts I missed that will show me:

1) How to take the machine apart to get to the stuff that's busted.

2) What in the world I'm looking for and looking at...the smaller the words used, the better.


I shall wait patiently for the pearls of wisdom to shower down upon me once more. 








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#2 Kelfin

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Posted 27 August 2009 - 09:13 AM

UPDATE - I found a lot of what I needed on the forums - I had just needed a little more time on the forums.







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