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  1. Hi guys and gals, I have a 41-year old Inglis, belt-drive washer (washing machine) which has only let me down once before in all those many years! That was 10 years ago and I simply (well, fairly simply anyway) replaced the motor with a good, used one. Now, the machine won't drain when it is supposed to and I have determined that the drain pump shaft (with the pulley on top) isn't turning when the washer goes into drain mode! Since a new drain pump for something this old is hard to get a hold of and it is almost half the cost of a 'replacement' used washer, I am exploring the idea of 'rehabbing' the pump! Does anyone know if that might that be possible and, if so, can someone provide me with some pointers on how to do it (e.g., remove it, take it apart, clean all the parts and then give the shaft some good. old 3-in-1)?! TIA, dazedandconfused
  2. I've searched all over the google and this forum and can't seem to find info on this.. I keep getting an 8E2 Error code on my machine and can't seem to find a good consensus on what it actually means. SAMSUNG WASHER WF501ANWXAA 01 - ERROR CODE 8E2 - Basically the washer will stop and beep but then eventually start back up. The start up time is sometimes just a few seconds to longer. I go give it a whack on the top and sometimes it starts it up but that could just be coincidence? Anyway, TIA
  3. Need service manual for disassembly need tech sheet as well thx
  4. Need tech sheet/ schematic need service manual for disassembly
  5. Service manual and tech sheet needed
  6. Service manual needed as well as tech sheet
  7. File Name: GE VBXR1090D0WW Washer Minimanual 31-15551 File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 21 Dec 2012 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper GE VBXR1090D0WW Washer Minimanual 31-15551 Click here to download this file
  8. need service manual for dissassembly instructions thx
  9. 930 downloads

    GE GTUN275 Laundry Center Minimanual Created Date: 03/16/2011 Publication #: 31-16656 31-16656 mini-manual Spacemaker, Unitized Chris GTUN275EM0WW GTUN275EM1WW GTUP240EM0WW GTUP240EM1WW GTUP240EM2WW GTUP240EM3WW GTUP240EM4WW GTUP240EM5WW GTUP240_VM GTUP270EM0WW GTUP270EM1WW GTUP270EM2WW GTUP270EM3WW GTUP270EM4WW
  10. Version F

    1,868 downloads

    PUB W10607408 For models 11027132410, 11020372710, 11020372711, 11026132410, 11026132411, 11026132412, 11026132413, 11026134610, 11027132410, 11027132411, 11027132412, 11027132413, 11028132410, 11028132411, 11028132412, 11028132413, 11028133410, 11028133411, 11028133412, 11028133413, 11029132410, 11029132411, 11029132412, 11029132413, 11029133410, 11029133411, 11029133412, 11029133413, 7MMVWB835EW0, 7MMVWB835EW1, 7MMVWB855EC0, 7MMVWB855EC1, 7MWTW7000EW0, 7MWTW7000EW1, 7MWTW7300EW0, 7MWTW7300EW1, 7MWTW8500EC0, 7MWTW8500EC1, 7MWTW8500EC2, MVWB755DW0, MVWB765FC1, MVWB765FC2, MVWB765FW0, MVWB765FW1, MVWB765FW2, MVWB766FW0, MVWB766FW1, MVWB835DC0, MVWB835DC2, MVWB835DC3, MVWB835DW0, MVWB835DW1, MVWB835DW2, MVWB835DW3, MVWB855DC0, MVWB855DC1, MVWB855DC2, MVWB855DC3, MVWB855DW0, MVWB855DW1, MVWB855DW2, MVWB855DW3, MVWB865GC0, MVWB865GW0, WTW7000DW0, WTW7000DW1, WTW7000DW2, WTW7000DW3, WTW7040DW0, WTW7040DW1, WTW7040DW2, WTW7300DC0, WTW7300DW0, WTW7300DW1, WTW7300DW2, WTW8000DW0, WTW8000DW1, WTW8000DW2, WTW8000DW3, WTW8000DW4, WTW8000DW5, WTW8040DW0, WTW8040DW1, WTW8040DW2, WTW8040DW3, WTW8040DW4, WTW8500DC0, WTW8500DC1, WTW8500DC2, WTW8500DC3, WTW8500DC4, WTW8500DC5, WTW8500DR0, WTW8500DR1, WTW8500DR2, WTW8500DR3, WTW8500DR4, WTW8500DR5, WTW8500DW0, WTW8500DW1, WTW8500DW2, WTW8500DW3, WTW8500DW4, WTW8500DW5, ZAW47115GW0, 110.27132410, 110.20372710, 110.20372711, 110.26132410, 110.26132411, 110.26132412, 110.26132413, 110.26134610, 110.27132410, 110.27132411, 110.27132412, 110.27132413, 110.28132410, 110.28132411, 110.28132412, 110.28132413, 110.28133410, 110.28133411, 110.28133412, 110.28133413, 110.29132410, 110.29132411, 110.29132412, 110.29132413, 110.29133410, 110.29133411, 110.29133412, 110.29133413, MVWB755DW1, MVWB865GW1, 11028132414, 11029132414, 11029133414, MVWB765FC3
  11. need service manual, thanks
  12. The problem is the washer spins and halts, spins and halts, endlessly on most dial settings, regardless whether the lid is open or the dial is pulled. The only way to stop it is to unplug the machine. (It will fill with water on the CLEAN setting.) Here's a video I took of the problem. What I've done so far, all with no effect: Replaced the timer. Replaced the motor and motor switch. Replaced the entire wire harness. Replaced the lid switch. Tested the pressure switch (all good). Tested the capacitor (all good). Double-checked that the power outlet works and no fuses are blown. I'm suspicious that it's the transmission. Reasons: I noticed there's oil leaking on the floor. It seems to be coming from the transmission. The original transmission died 6 months ago. I replaced it with a used one on eBay. Process of elimination -- I've replaced nearly everything else; what else could it be? Do you think the transmission is the culprit? Is there any other part I should check first? Thank you!
  13. need the service manual for this, as well as tech sheet
  14. Hi, folks, my drain sink drains rather slowly, but my washer drains rather quickly. It does stop after a certain point to allow the sink to catch up, but only after a few gallons have found their way to the floor (not all the time, just under very interesting conditions, like washing a comforter). Anyway, before I go crazy trying to make a hack using a float switch, is there a built-in way to reprogram the unit to drain less water before pausing? Arigato!
  15. Version 1.0.0

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    PUB W10740624 - Rev B
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