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tinkertech

Member Since 12 May 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 05 2013 09:22 PM

Topics I've Started

GE Washer M# WSXH208V1WW Making Noise.....Sometimes

04 July 2013 - 08:26 PM


Hello,
Happy 4th to all!!! I'm a maintenance man and I had a call today for this washer. Guest said washer was making terrible sounds. When I got there, she turned washer on and it made a loud noise like the motor was stuck. I did a visual check of the washer and nothing stood out. I turned it back on and it ran fine with no noises. Washed her clothes in it without any problems. Guest leaves tomorrow and I want to go back and take another look at it, but I don't really know what to check. We only have these front load washers in the very few handicap units on property and I have not had the opportunity to get properly acquainted with them. I'm thinking maybe the circuit board is getting ready to go, but not sure. Any help would be gratefully accepted!

 


GE M#WSXH208V1WW Making Noise

04 July 2013 - 08:10 PM


Hello,
Happy 4th to all!!! I'm a maintenance man and I had a call today for this washer. Guest said washer was making terrible sounds. When I got there, she turned washer on and it made a loud noise like the motor was stuck. I did a visual check of the washer and nothing stood out. I turned it back on and it ran fine with no noises. Washed her clothes in it without any problems. Guest leaves tomorrow and I want to go back and take another look at it, but I don't really know what to check. We only have these front load washers in the very few handicap units on property and I have not had the opportunity to get properly acquainted with them. I'm thinking maybe the circuit board is getting ready to go, but not sure. Any help would be gratefully accepted!

Maytag Model#MVWC360AW Feedback

01 July 2013 - 07:16 PM


I am considering buying this new Maytag model washer. Would like any feedback I can get. Would like to know if this is a good machine or if it's known for problems, etc. Lowes is advertising it on sale for 400.00 dollars, which is about what I can afford to spend. Any and all comments are appreciated.

Maytag washer Lat5005AAW

26 June 2013 - 08:33 PM

My washer has been giving me trouble. First,hardly any cycle would work on it's own. I would have to keep turning the timer selector and jiggling it also. I bypassed what the wiring diagram called the check switch. Now everything works except agitate goes right through rinse and spin. If I turn it off when it reaches rinse or spin and turn it back on it will rinse /spin. Thinking timer,but know it's easy to misdiagnose. Would like any input I can get before deciding to buy a timer.

 


Drum making banging noise in spin:Whirlpool WET3300SQ2

18 September 2011 - 09:52 PM

This is a one year old stacked washe/dryer that started this banging noise during spin.By tilting the machine back and looking under it, I found a couple of "pins" on the floor. They have a hole in one end like a cotter pin would go through.Looking further,I saw 2 more pins in place like its for holding parts of the tub support together. I've never seen this on a washer before.Still, I put the fallen pins in their respective holes and washer still banged.What else could be wrong?Either way,can anyone tell me about these pins.I can't find them pictured on any diagram or listed in a parts list. I really need help on this one.I work at a resort and it's full of these washers.


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