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Whirlpool Washer Machine #LSR7233EQO


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#1 Mr Szuch

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Posted 16 January 2006 - 04:56 PM

Have had the machine for some years now, and has been trouble free up until lately. Only on spin cycle does the machine start to "whine" kind of like a turbine sound. As the water spins out, and the tub increases speed, it gets to a higher pitch but lower decibals. I am thinking a belt or something?? HAve worked on my Dryer before, but never on washing machine. Anyone with any ideas, I welcome all......And as a firm believer in beer makes you a better mechanic, I must say i love this site!!!!

Thanks,

Mike


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#2 Ron

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Posted 18 January 2006 - 04:23 PM

Mike,   take the pump off and see if you have a tooth-pick or bobby-pin caught up in there.  Remove the cabinet and the pump will be staring right at you on the bottom. two clips and its off.  Remove the hoses,  have something to catch the water and look inside...Ron




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