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Kenmore washer 110.29522801 loud wash cycle


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#1 lgrice

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Posted Today, 10:15 AM

Kenmore washer 110.29522801 rough loud in every wash cycle but fine in spin cycles. Agitator seems to function properly.

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Posted Today, 11:51 AM

Now terrible noise during wash and rinse. Grinding and knocking but washer is still functioning. It's a whirlpool. What do I look for when I take it apart? The motor? Transmission? Help please.

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Posted Today, 03:52 PM

Check the drive coupler Part number: 285753A

Part number: 285753A

 

They can make freaky-deaky noises when the fail in certain ways.  



#4 lgrice

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Posted Today, 04:13 PM

Ok. Thanks. After taking the cabinet off without removing anything I did see a small to med amount of oil on top of the gearcase. Does this indicate any other problem?




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