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pcking

Member Since 18 Jun 2007
Offline Last Active Jan 09 2012 01:28 PM

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In Topic: First no ice, now no water - Frigidaire FRS26ZSGB4

04 January 2012 - 09:18 PM

Thanks for the guidance - I just printed the schematic and will give it whirl.

In Topic: WhirlPool GSQ9364HQ0 - only agitates in one direction?

18 June 2007 - 03:40 PM

Yes, you are correct - the agitator keeps turning in one direction, not bakc and forth...

I just got called out of town on business, so I may have to pay someone to do it.

At least it should be relatively inexpensive...  we'll see...

-Phil

In Topic: WhirlPool GSQ9364HQ0 - only agitates in one direction?

18 June 2007 - 01:52 PM

OK, a new tranny and coupler it is.

Thanks for the input and the education.

-Phil

In Topic: WhirlPool GSQ9364HQ0 - only agitates in one direction?

18 June 2007 - 08:32 AM

Thanks for the super-prompt reply!!!

OK, so I guess I can try to get a tranny and toss it in...  a few more questions if you please...  :D

Should I swap the coupling at the same time since they seem prone to failure?

I guess the fix vs buy question boils down to whether or not the machine is known to have problems.  If I replace the trans and coupling, I am looking forward to another 5-7 years of trouble free operation or will I be taking this thing apart more often as other parts start to fail?

I know every machine is different, but in your opinion?

Also, it seems the top half of the transmission is what handles the agitation and it is sold seperately for a fraction of the tranmission price (which is more like $160, not $125 as I suspected). 

Is it worth it to try to service the trans or am I asking for trouble?

-Phil



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