Thank you everyone! I pulled the back of my washer off and found that the pressure hose & its plastic bracket broke loose and was rubbing against the rotor -fraying it. After learning all that I have about washing machines, I am stunned that after three visits from two different guys, A&E didn't figure this out. It seems to me that, based on the symptoms, the pressure hose would have been one of the first items to check. They have already put nearly $500 worth of parts into it, with another $175 worth on order.
Michael KempaMember Since 25 Dec 2013
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