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TheFixer

Member Since 07 Sep 2011
Offline Last Active Sep 12 2011 02:24 PM

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In Topic: Amana washer NAV2330AWW, belt slipping.

10 September 2011 - 12:34 PM

I suspect the pump, It looks okay, But I have a suspicion it's not. I'm going to replace it and see, If that doesn't work; I'll see about borrowing a video camera and a light setup and playing with Youtube.

I CAN take a picture, but of what? To confirm the belt is on right?

In Topic: Amana washer NAV2330AWW, belt slipping.

10 September 2011 - 10:38 AM

No movie, not groovie?

No picture no scripture.

Ahh well. I know I'm in the dark ages with no instant movie setup. Surely people figure things out on these forums without moving pictures, or used to way back in the early 2000's, maybe?

Okay, I get it, I'm on my own. I'll just take advantage of the generous return policy and keep replacing parts until I get it. I'm stubborn like that, I already could have bought 2 decent used washers for what I have into this, but I will get this one running...Youtube or not.

They don't call me TheFixer for nothing.

Thanks for the humor, cheers.

In Topic: Amana washer NAV2330AWW, belt slipping.

09 September 2011 - 06:13 PM

If i had the means to create a little mini-movie that would be usable, I would, but I don't.

That's it then, no movie, no dice?

I can still answer questions.

In Topic: Amana washer NAV2330AWW, belt slipping.

09 September 2011 - 04:58 PM

No other Ideas?

100.00 plus in parts, down the drain? No pun intended.

In Topic: Amana washer NAV2330AWW, belt slipping.

09 September 2011 - 09:13 AM

Thanks for the pump answer.

The belt is pressing on the flat outside right of the belt as you face the dryer, so that if you pull on the opposite end of the idler arm, accessed from the left, towards you it adds tension to the belt inward on the right. The belt loops AROUND the left back pump arm where it attaches to the motor so it moves freely without rubbing anything. If you are mechanically minded,there really is only one way for it to be configured that makes any sense.

I verified the configuration of the belt with this picture. http://www.appliance...amana-wash.html if you look all the way on the bottom of the page there are a series of 4 pics that give a pretty good idea. Not great, but the best I've seen.

Iv'e taken the belt on and off so many times i can do it in my sleep. I'm sure it's a common mistake as it is a bit of a pain to install, but I assure you it IS installed correctly, with a new tension spring, idler pulley and belt.

Again; the trans and drum move freely as does the drum, the motor spins fine, so does the idler pulley.

Can we just assume the belt is on right? Anything else?


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