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dlivsey 10-08-2012 09:08 AM

Washer Will Bot Spin
 
My washer will not spin but does drain, I have read other posts and am stuck. I have the washer dismanted. How can I determine if it is the clutch assembly or the clutch lining, nothing appears to be broken or snapped off. Looking for some direction before I purchase parts from your website

Thanks
Derek

Simon / APP Team 10-08-2012 11:05 AM

Hi.

Please provide the correct model number, the one you posted doesn't come up.

Simon.

dlivsey 10-09-2012 11:30 AM

Model is a RAS7133PQ0
Type 111

The actual clutch cylindar looks ok, no bent parts but the lining has (@) pads on them look a bit worn, the bushing looks a little worn but does snap into the clutch assenbly.

Tight on money and I want to try to get the correct parts.

Thanks
Derek

dlivsey 10-09-2012 01:56 PM

The couplers look good, no broken plastic pieces, rubber coupler looks in tacked.

What should I be looking for on a damaged/worm drive block, also do I need the special spanner to actually remove the nut on top of the drive block or will a small pipe wrench do the job?

Thanks for your patience, I love to do all my own DIY repairs

thanks
Derek

Simon / APP Team 10-09-2012 05:20 PM

Hi.

If the two grooves on the top of the drive block still there and locked with the basket drive's "teeth" the block is good.
You need the spanner ranch to remove the nut(if you need to).

Simon.


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