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Kenmore Elite 11024962301 - Whining noise


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#1 heyjinks

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Posted Today, 01:06 AM

Just like the title says it makes a whining noise when it starts the agitate part of the cycle

 

 

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Posted Today, 05:52 AM

Sounds to me like you have a bad motor drive coupling.

 

Part number: 285753A

Part number: 285753A

 

 

If you put it on spin cycle and the water drains out but the clothes come out soaking wet then I can pretty much say for sure it is the drive coupling - If you were able to run the machine with the lid open, I'm sure you would see that it also isn't agitating.


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#3 heyjinks

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Posted Today, 11:22 AM

Thanks for the reply, yes it is definitally not agitating.

 

I put it on spin and it drained fine, but no spin.

 

I'm going to pull it apart tonight and see how the coupling looks.






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