The motor did seem to loosen up after I ran it on its own for a bit so I hooked it all up and tried it on wash, rinse, spin... and it seemed to work fine so I'm doing a test run right now, all seems to be going well! Thank you all for all the troubleshooting advice you gave me, it really helped me not give up and to keep going till I found the problem. I'm not happy it's the motor, but at least it's still cheaper than a new washer and since I'm not at all impressed with the reviews of the new ones, I think I'll keep this baby going for as long as I can! Hey, it has a new transmission, clutch, drive coupler, timer, lid switch, and agitator dogs. If we do get a new motor, then most of the big things are relatively new, almost like a new machine, right? Well, anyway,
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