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417.42042100 Kenmore Front Load Washer


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#1 Squeaky Clean

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Posted Yesterday, 11:06 AM

   I have a 12 year old Kenmore front load washer (417.42042100) I'm working on, the customer tells me it has always been a noisy machine from day one.........but now in the final spin there is a ton of racket like the basket is banging against something in the rear.

     I checked the shocks and they are not broken, and the unit seems to be fine until high gear on the final spin. I did the check for a broken spider like in the video the Samurai put together,....mine does have some play, but not like the one in the video. Any thoughts?

 

 Add on comments:  The big pulley on the drum has little or no play from the rear and with the belt off both the large pulley and motor spin free with no noise.


Edited by Squeaky Clean, Yesterday, 11:51 AM.

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Posted Today, 09:54 AM

Still sounds like a spider failure. Replace inner basket, and rear outer tub to fix.


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Posted Today, 10:24 AM

Part number: 131525500

Part number: 131525500

 

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