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#1 montrue

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Posted 24 December 2014 - 10:47 AM

problem with off balance load.I replaced the suspension rods worked for two loads and started off balance again? help!



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#2 Maytag1

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Posted 24 December 2014 - 05:49 PM

Are there clothes between tubs? Is bolt in motor rotor tight?

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Posted Yesterday, 07:51 AM

Is the machine level

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Posted Yesterday, 11:38 PM

Are there clothes between tubs? Is bolt in motor rotor tight?

yes


Is the machine level

yes


Are there clothes between tubs? Is bolt in motor rotor tight?

no and yes



#5 Maytag1

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Posted Today, 09:19 AM

If there is nothing between, try this. With no water in machine try to move agitator separate from the tub. It should be locked to the tub via center hub and shaft spline. If you can move it separate from the tub while tub isn't floating, the hub or shaft is the problem. If all of these check out and you did replace suspension rods, I would be considering the main control




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