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Kenmore Washer Doesn't want to Spin


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#21 jahjahbinks

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 05:50 AM

NORMALY i don`t replace the clutch  the gears inside the trans are plastic and break or split however in some cases the white plastic lock on the basket drive (for spin ) will break and the unit be very noisey and won`t spin but after reading your post i recommend replacing the transmission
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#22 Suehuny

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 10:54 AM

Dear Apprentice Appliantologist

Soooooooooooooooo, just the transmission and not the clutch? Once I get in there will I be able to tell if the clutch needs replacing?????

This would be WAY simpler if :tinkerbell:could just zap it with her wand!


#23 Moostafa

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 12:22 PM

Hello, my unclutched friend.  Perhaps you are seeing why the Appliance Terminator is a Master Appliantologist  and jahjah is merely an apprentice. 

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#24 Suehuny

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Posted 22 July 2005 - 02:22 PM

[user=45]Moostafa[/user] wrote:

Hello, my unclutched friend.  Perhaps you are seeing why the Appliance Terminator is a Master Appliantologist  and jahjah is merely an apprentice. 

Because his manner of communication is confusing at best? :?

I know, if given the proper instruction, incuding a schematic, IF I've given you the correct information, there is no reason why I can't tackle this project with satisfying results. My Dad, God rest his soul, always said, ''IF you can take it apart, you CAN put it back together again.' And IF I can take it apart, AND put it back together, then I SHOULD be able to fix the problem! :dude: Unfortunately, getting a repair man in here to do it isn't really an option.

 


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Posted 24 July 2005 - 06:23 PM

Master Appliantologist , are you telling me that I only need to replace the clutch?

Thank you,
Sue

 





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