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110.24832200 Kenmore Washer Ringing noise during hi-speed spin after replacing many other parts

xphile12

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Model Number
110.24832200
Brand
Sears Kenmore
Age
More than 10 years
Our Model 110.24832200 Series 80 washer was not spinning fast enough (or at all for heavy loads) to get rid of all the water. Researched here, went through several tests and such as instructed in previous posts and purchased the necessary parts.

This weekend I replaced the following parts: Basket Drive, Clutch Assembly, Motor Coupling, Agitator Dogs, and Lid Switch (just because I needed to). The washer works great! It spins faster than it has in 3 years, but now, there is a medium to high pitched, metal on metal, ringing at the very end of the spin cycle when it is in the highest rpm of the spin just before it shuts down. No other noises throughout the cycles, just during the spin(s), the agitator does wobble a bit during the higher-speed part of the spin.

Tub bearing? Motor?

Thanks
 

Jake

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Please make a video of that noise with your iphone or android and upload the video here in the .mp4 format.

Jake
 

xphile12

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I did 2 loads last night, even re-ran the spin cycle, nothing. My wife caught it this morning. Here is the video. Thanks
 

Jake

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Yes, I hear it. Possibly the drive block.

Here's the tub drive block for this model:
Drive Block WP389140


There is a video in the tub drive block part link that shows you how to access it.

You can see the comparison here:

See the one on the left, its the old one, the one on the right is the new one. It has to have those 2 ear slots. Does yours look like the one on the left or right?

driveblock.jpg


Let us know.

Jake
 

xphile12

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Yes, very familiar with that part. That's easy enough to do. Mine is probably somewhere between those two as far as wear goes. It definitely had the ear slots, but I don't think they were that deep.
 

Jake

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Yes, then its worn somewhat. Don't know if that will eliminate that noise completely though.

It seems like its spinning very well though.

Did you buy all the parts from our part suppliers AppliancePartsPros and RepairClinic?

Jake
 

xphile12

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Yeah, it's spinning great. I absolutely ordered my parts thru AppliancePartsPros.com. In fact, they are already here. 26 hours from order to arrival, crazy. So I have another project. I will update after.
 

Jake

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Ok, sounds good.:)

Jake
 
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