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Whirlpool Cabrio grinding during slowdown of spin


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#1 hellfish42

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 09:12 PM

Hi,

I found this forum from this archived thread http://applianceguru...rum2/24241.html

My Washer is the same as the one diagramed half way down that thread. I've tried removing peice number 6 in the left diagram, I got the bolt out and removed the seal, but that peice does not budge. I'm not sure if it's threaded or snapped in somehow. My washer runs through it's whole cycle fine, right up until it has to slow down the spin cycle. At that point it makes an extremely loud grinding noise and I have to pull the power cable.

I recently had a stroke and do not have the use of my left side. So, It's tough trying to pull this thing apart with only my right hand. If you guys have any suggestions (other than calling a professional, medical bills have ruined that chance) I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks,

Kevin

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 10:38 PM

If pulling the cord makes the sound go away after the spin, it is likely a noisy pump and you wont need to pull the Agitator
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