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Old 01-20-2011, 06:08 AM
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Sometimes on that model, the lower bearing could be begining to seize up, or the brake package, could be draging. I would pull the washer away from the wall, and then lean it back, and rest it on the back wall. Then takr the belt of that goes to the pump to the motor. No grab the pump pully, and see if it spins pretty smooth. If so look up, and you will see the pump is held in place by three 5/16s screws. If the adjustment is not been made you would be able to loosen those screws up, and push the pump all the way over to the right, and that would make the belts a little tighter. It is worth a try. Tom ********************************************
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