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16 COMMON WASHING MACHINE PROBLEMS

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33 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Agitator Directional Cogs are worn down or slipping. (2) Bearings are seizing. (3) Clutch Assembly is worn out or not releasing the brake. (4) Drain Pump has broken impeller blades. (5) Drain Pump is bad. (6) Drain Pump is clogged or obstructed. (7) Drive Belt is broken or a piece has broken off. (8) Drive Belt is dry, cracked, or burnt. (9) Drive Block is worn out or stripped. (10) Drive Motor has a thermal overload or seized. (11) Drive Motor Pulley is covered in grease, rubber, or dirt. (12) Drive Motor windings have failed. (13) Drive Pulley is worn out, cracked, loose or bent. (14) Gearcase is locked up or malfunctioning. (15) Motor Bearings are locked up. (16) Motor Coupler has failed. (17) Motor Coupler is slipping or has seized. (18) Outer Wash Tub is cracked or has a hole. (19) Drive Pully has sheared off. (20) Pump Belt is cracked or frayed. (21) Pump Pulley is covered in grease, rubber, or dirt. (22) Rear Drum with Bearing is defective. (23) Shifter Assembly is malfunctioning or fails. (24) Shock Absorbers are failing. (25) Shock Absorbers are weak or damaged. (26) Shock Absorbers aren’t maintaining tub stability. (27) Spanner Nut is so loose Spin Basket doesn’t rotate properly. (28) Spin Basket wobbles or won’t spin. (29) Transmission gears have failed or worn out. (30) Transmission Pulley is covered in grease, rubber, or dirt. (31) Tub Bearing is defective. (32) Tub Bearing Seal has broken down. (33) Tub Dampening Strap has failed, stretched out, or is damaged. (34) Water Inlet Valve is restricted by mineral deposits.
Enjoy a Quite Washing Maching again.
noisy - makes strange noises
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15 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Bellows Or Door Boot Seal is worn out, cracked, torn or ripped. (2) Door Catch fails to engage. (3) Drain Hose is cracked, torn, or has a hole. (4) Drain Pump bearings are worn out. (5) Drain Pump is cracked or damaged. (6) Hoses are cracked, torn, or have holes. (7) Main Tub Bearing has failed. (8) Outer Wash Tub is cracked, or has a hole. (9) Tub Cover Gasket is leaking. (10) Tub Seal is torn. (11) Tub Seal Or Boot Seal damaged or defective. (12) Tub-to-Pump Hose is split, torn, or ruptured. (13) Tube Bearings have seized. (14) Water Inlet Valve is not closing. (15) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels.
Enjoy a Waterproof Washing Machine again.
leaking water
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25 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Cycle Selector contacts are faulty. (2) Door Lock is not latching properly or activating. (3) Door Strike is worn down. (4) Door Switch is not detecting the washer door is closed. (5) Drive Motor defective. (6) Lid Switch Actuator is faulty, or not detecting the lid is closed. (7) Lid Switch worn out or broken. (8) Line Fuse is blown. (9) Main Control Board buttons are not sending proper voltage. (10) Main Control Board is arcing or burned out, or is not sending power to the motor. (11) Motor Control Board is faulty, burned out, or not sending power to the motor. (12) Power Cord is shorting out. (13) Start Switch has no continuity. (14) Thermal Fuse is blown. (15) Timer Contacts are faulty. (16) Timer Knob is not engaging the switch mechanism. (17) Timer Motor is bad. (18) Timer Motor is bad. (19) Tripped Circuit Breaker fuse is blown or has no continuity. (20) User Interface Board (or display) buttons don’t work or has no power. (21) User Interface Board (or display) is unresponsive, malfunctioning, or failing. (22) Washer Circuit is overloaded or components have shorted out. (23) Water Inlet Valve doesn’t open. (24) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels. (25) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Running Washing Machine again.
stopped running, won't start
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37 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Agitator Coupler, Cap & Bolt are stripped. (2) Agitator cracked or broken. (3) Agitator Directional Cogs are worn out, disengaged, or not ratcheting properly. (4) Agitator Dogs is slipping. (5) Basket Drive is worn, broken, or has failed. (6) Clutch Band is worn, broken, or not releasing the brake. (7) Cycle Selector contacts are faulty. (8) Direct-Drive Clutch is not releasing the basket brake, or is worn out. (9) Door Lock Assembly fails or is not detecting the door is closed. (10) Door Lock is damaged or defective and has failed either mechanically or electronically. (11) Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly has no continuity. (12) Drain Pump bearing have seized. (13) Drain Pump Belt has broken. (14) Drain Pump Impeller Blades break. (15) Drain Pump Pulley has sheared off. (16) Drain Pump Seal has cracked and failed. (17) Drive Belt is fragmented or broken. (18) Drive Block is worn-out or stripped. (19) Drive Motor windings fail, bearings are locked-up, or motor does not turn freely. (20) Drive System is overloaded or has seized up. (21) Gearcase has locked-up, or is malfunctioning. (22) Lid Switch is broken, faulty, or not detecting the lid is closed. (23) Main Control Board (or mother board) has burned out components, or is not sending power to the motor. (24) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning. (25) Motor Control Board is faulty, burned out, or not sending power to the motor. (26) Motor Coupling is broken, forks are slipping or not engaging. (27) Rotor Assembly Magnets are damaged, or fail to rotate the tub. (28) Selector Switch (or water temperature switch) has defective contact or fails. (29) Shifter Assembly is malfunctioning or has failed to shift modes. (30) Shock Absorber is worn, or failing to maintain the stability of the tub. (31) Spanner Nut is loose, or fails to hold spin basket in place. (32) Spin Basket is damaged or doesn’t rotate properly. (33) Stator Assembly Windings are damaged. (34) Timer is not sending power to drive motor. (35) Timer Motor is bad. (36) Transmission Agitator Shaft does not turn. (37) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels.
Enjoy a Properly Agitating Washing Machine again.
won't agitate
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7 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Drain Pump is malfunctioning. (2) Lid Switch is not supplying power. (3) Timer has faulty contacts or defective. (4) Timer Knob (or Dial or Skirt) is worn out, or stripped. (5) Timer Motor is bad. (6) Water Inlet Valve solenoids are not opening the valve. (7) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels.
Enjoy a Working Wash Timer again.
timer doesn't work
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24 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Basket Drive Clutch Pads worn out. (2) Basket Drive Spin Tube Tabs are stripped or worn out. (3) Clutch Assembly is worn out or not releasing the brake. (4) Clutch Band is worn or broken. (5) Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly have no continuity. (6) Door Lock Motor has failed mechanically or electronically to latch properly. (7) Door Lock or Interlock is not latching properly, engaging, or activating. (8) Drive Belt (or spin belt) has excessive wear, is loose or broken. (9) Drive Motor has a thermal overload or seized. (10) Drive Motor Pulley is covered in grease, rubber, or dirt. (11) Drive Motor Pulley is worn out, cracked, loose or bent. (12) Drive Motor Windings have failed. (13) Lid Switch is broken, faulty, or not detecting the lid is closed. (14) Main Control Board (or mother board) has burned out components, or is not sending power to the motor. (15) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning. (16) Motor Coupler is slipping or has seized. (17) Motor Coupling is broken, forks are slipping or not engaging. (18) Rear Drum with Bearing are not spinning smoothly or have seized. (19) Rotor Assembly Magnets are damaged, or fail to spin the tub. (20) Stator Assembly Windings are damaged. (21) Transmission gears are failing or worn out. (22) Tub Bearing is locking-up or defective. (23) Tub Seal is torn. (24) Wax Motor is failing.
Enjoy a Properly Spinning Wash Basket again.
not spinning, turning, tumbling
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6 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Damper Pad is worn out or torn. (2) Leveling Legs are not leveled correctly. (3) Shock Absorber is weak or damaged. (4) Snubber Ring is worn out. (5) Suspension Spring or Tub Spring is damaged, stretched, or detached. (6) Tub Dampening Strap is stretched out or failing.
Enjoy a Smooth Running Washing Machine again.
shaking or vibrating
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15 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Lock Assembly fails or is not detecting the door is closed. (2) Lid Switch is broken, faulty, or not detecting the lid is closed. (3) Lid Switch is not supplying power. (4) Low Water Pressure from the Water Inlet Valve or Home. (5) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning, or is not sending power to the motor. (6) Selector Switch (or water temperature switch) has defective contact or fails. (7) Selector Switch (or water temperature switch) is not supplying power to the correct solenoids. (8) Temperature Control Board isn’t controlling the fill water temperature properly. (9) Timer & Electronic Control is faulty. (10) Water Inlet Hoses have kinks or restrictions. (11) Water Inlet Screens are clogged. (12) Water Inlet Valve doesn’t open. (13) Water Inlet Valve is restricted by mineral deposits. (14) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels. (15) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) is not supplying power to the water inlet valve.
Enjoy a Properly Filling Wash Machine again.
won't fill with water
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Air Tube to the Pressure Switch is blocked or leaking. (2) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning. (3) Water Inlet Valve doesn’t close. (4) Water Inlet Valve solenoids are faulty. (5) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels.
Enjoy a Properly Filling Wash Machine again.
overfills, overflowing
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13 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Clutch Assembly is worn out or not releasing the brake. (2) Drain Pump Bearing have seized. (3) Drain Pump Belt is loose or slipping. (4) Drain Pump Pulley has sheared off. (5) Drive Belt Or Spin Belt is overheating. (6) Drive Motor is overheating or starting to seize. (7) Drive Motor windings are failing, or bearings are locking-up. (8) Idler Pulley Arm is not pivoting freely, or improper tension on the belt. (9) Idler Pulley Wheel has seized. (10) Motor Coupling is broken, forks are slipping or not engaging. (11) Motor Pulley is worn out, rusting, or overheating. (12) Pump Belt is loose. (13) Spring & Glide have worn out.
Enjoy an Odor-free Washing Machine again.
smelly - burning or funny smell
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12 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Latch damaged or defective. (2) Door Lock Assembly in not detecting the door position. (3) Door Lock is damaged or defective and has failed either mechanically or electronically. (4) Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly have no continuity. (5) Door Lock Motor has failed mechanically or electronically to latch properly. (6) Door Lock or Interlock is not latching properly, engaging, or activating. (7) Door Strike Catch (or hook) is not engaging or disengaging. (8) Door Strike Catch (or hook) is not properly activating, or is broken. (9) Door Strike is worn down, damaged, or broken. (10) Lid Hinge & Pin are worn from normal use. (11) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning. (12) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels.
Enjoy a Properly Working Door / Lid again.
door won't open - stuck closed
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11 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Lid Switch is not supplying power. (2) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning. (3) Selector Switch (or water temperature switch) has defective contact or fails. (4) Selector Switch (or water temperature switch) is not supplying power to the correct solenoids. (5) Temperature Control Board isn’t controlling the fill water temperature properly. (6) Timer Or Electronic Control stops supplying power. (7) Water Inlet Hoses have kinks or restrictions. (8) Water Inlet Screens are clogged. (9) Water Inlet Valve doesn’t open. (10) Water Inlet Valve is restricted by mineral deposits. (11) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) is not supplying power to the water inlet valve.
Enjoy a Temperature Controlled Washing Machine again.
not heating, temp not accurate
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2 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Water Inlet Valve solenoids are malfunctioning. (2) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels.
Enjoy a Properly Filling Washing Machine again.
continues to fill and drain
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22 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Coin Trap is full of debris or clogged. (2) Cycle Selector contacts are faulty. (3) Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly have no continuity. (4) Door Lock Motor has failed mechanically or electronically to latch properly. (5) Door Lock or Interlock is not latching properly, engaging, or activating. (6) Door Lock Strike Assembly is damaged or broken. (7) Drain hose is kinked, twisted, bent, or restricted. (8) Drain Pump bearing have seized. (9) Drain Pump Belt has broken. (10) Drain Pump Impeller Blades break. (11) Drain Pump is obstructed. (12) Drain Pump Pulley has sheared off. (13) Drain Pump Seal has cracked and failed. (14) Drive Motor Bearing have seized. (15) Drive Motor Windings have failed. (16) Lid Switch Assembly is faulty. (17) Lid Switch is broken, faulty, or not detecting the lid is closed. (18) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning. (19) Motor Control Board is faulty or burned out. (20) Timer Motor is bad. (21) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels. (22) Water Pump Belt worn out or broken.
Enjoy a Properly Draining Washing Machine again.
water won't drain
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19 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Cycle Selector contacts are faulty. (2) Door Lock Assembly fails to lock or is not detecting the door is closed. (3) Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly have no continuity. (4) Door Lock Motor has failed mechanically or electronically to latch properly. (5) Door Switch is not detecting the washer door is closed. (6) Drain Pump bearing have seized. (7) Drain Pump Belt has broken. (8) Drain Pump has debris or a blockage. (9) Drain Pump Impeller Blades break. (10) Drain Pump Pulley has sheared off. (11) Drain Pump Seal has cracked and failed. (12) Lid Switch Assembly is faulty. (13) Lid Switch is broken, faulty, or not detecting the lid is closed. (14) Main Control Board (or mother board) is malfunctioning. (15) Motor Control Board is faulty or burned out. (16) Shifter Assembly is malfunctioning or has failed to shift modes. (17) Timer Motor is bad. (18) Water Inlet Valve solenoids are malfunctioning. (19) Water Level Switch (or Pressure Switch, or Air Dome Tube) does not accurately detect and control water levels.
Enjoy a Properly Working Washing Machine again.
won't advance or stops mid-cycle
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Circuit Breaker has tripped. (2) Outlet is faulty. (3) Power Cord is shorting out. (4) Power Cord Prongs are disconnected. (5) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Working Washing Machine again.
no power - won't turn on

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Agitator
Agitator Coupler, Cap & Bolt
Agitator Directional Cogs
Air Dome Tube
Air Tube
Basket Drive
Basket Drive Clutch Pads
Basket Drive Spin Tube Tabs
Bearings
Bellows Or Door Boot Seal
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker
Clutch Assembly
Clutch Band
Coin Trap
Cycle Selector
Damper Pad
Direct-Drive Clutch
Door Catch
Door Latch
Door Lock Assembly
Door Lock Motor
Door Lock or Interlock
Door Lock Strike Assembly

Door Strike Catch (or hook)
Door Switch
Drain hose
Drain Pump
Drain Pump Bearing
Drain Pump Belt
Drain Pump Impeller Blades
Drain Pump Pulley
Drain Pump Seal
Drive Belt (spin belt)
Drive Block
Drive Motor
Drive Motor Bearing
Drive Motor Pulley
Drive Pulley
Drive System
Gearcase
Hoses
Idler Pulley Arm
Idler Pulley Wheel
Leveling Legs
Lid Hinge & Pin
Lid Switch
Lid Switch Actuator
Line Fuse

Main Control Board (mother board)
Main Tub Bearing
Motor Control Board
Motor Coupler
Motor Pulley
Outer Wash Tub
Outlet
Power Cord
Power Cord Prongs
Pressure Switch
Pump Belt
Pump Pulley
Rear Drum with Bearing
Rotor Assembly Magnets
Selector Switch
Shifter Assembly
Shock Absorbers
Snubber Ring
Spanner Nut
Spin Basket
Spring & Glide
Start Switch
Stator Assembly Windings
Suspension Spring or Tub Spring
Switch Assembly

Temperature Control Board
Thermal Fuse
Timer
Timer Electronic Control
Timer Knob (or Dial or Skirt)
Timer Motor
Transmission
Transmission Pulley
Tub Bearing
Tub Bearing Seal
Tub Cover Gasket
Tub Dampening Strap
Tub Seal Or Boot Seal
Tub-to-Pump Hose
Tube Bearings
User Interface Board (display)
Washer Circuit
Water Inlet Hoses
Water Inlet Screens
Water Inlet Valve
Water Level Switch
Water Pump Belt
Water Temp Switch
Wax Motor
Wires