Appliance Tech - Admin
- Aug 24, 2004
- McMullen Valley, Arizona
Ok, that video helps.I have been taking the word of the Mrs throughout this whole process. I finally decided to shoot a video so I can document for myself what it's doing. I hear what she's hearing, but I'm not sure what it is myself. Everything works normally until we get to the spin cycle. What I'm seeing is when the SPIN LED is lit, thats both the drain and spin cycle. Draining works great but it doesn't even seem to know that it's supposed to spin next, if that makes any sense. What she was hearing is it does exactly 9 "thrusting" motions that sound like a partial spin WHILE IT IS DRAINING. I am only assuming that is a normal part of the draining cycle. As soon as the water is done gurgling from finishing draining, the LED moves to DONE and that it. It never gets into a final spin at all, makes no noise, or even attempts to spin. Its like the spin cycle is eliminated on my machine, all it knows to do is drain and move to done. I've posted the last 2 minutes of the wash cycle on youtube at the following link if anyone thinks that will help:
Its possibly the hub underneath the washplate, that's stripped.
Here's the hub for your model, its located underneath the washplate:
I'd first check your hub to see if the teeth are starting to grind down.
The hub has screws that hold it in place, you will see them once you remove the washplate.
To remove your washplate, Watch this video below, wiggle the washplate while pulling it up.