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Kenmore 110.28912791 washer noises


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#1 waterboy

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 12:12 AM

Konban wa, shihan no appliances,
I have a Kenmore direct drive washer that was doing the no-spin/weak agitation dance of drive coupling death. I relpaced the drive coupling (all teeth on both plastic units gone, and the rubber center piece located on the floor), and it is spinning beautifully now, working as it should. Except for the horrible noises. It is really loud during the spin cycle, and intermittantly gives a squealing noise while spinning loudly. Think it just needs to be rebalanced after having the cabinet put back on, or is there a common error in the installation that might be causing this? Thoughts?
Thanks a bunch!

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 12:15 AM

Did you tap both lugs of the coupling onto the shafts - until the are just flush ?

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 12:22 AM

I put a 1/2" socket over the top of each and tapped them down, but will double check to see if they are flush in the morning (might not have gotten them all the way down in an effort to not put 'em down too far). I'll let you know. Thanks!




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