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Old 12-26-2009, 06:30 PM
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Model Number: cw6000w   Brand: Crosley   Age: More than 10 years   

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I have Crosley Washer and it wont come up to full speed on spin cycle even if it is partially full. I can get it to spin at full speed if it is empty.I think it is the clutch? Any help would be appreciated.


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Old 12-27-2009, 05:33 AM
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If no roaring noise in spin and no excessive shaking, I would tip the washer back and check the belt AP4024823.
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If no roaring noise in spin and no excessive shaking, I would tip the washer back and check the belt AP4024823.
The belt is fine and it aggitates fine. If the load is a just a few thing it spins fine but when you put a heavier load in it tries but just cannot get going fast enough to spin out the water.
Any other ideas?
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Release the top retaining clips with a putty knife, tilt up and remove front panel. Look for a lot of white plastic shavings on the bottom of frame and also look for water coming from the tub seal above the tranny.
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Release the top retaining clips with a putty knife, tilt up and remove front panel. Look for a lot of white plastic shavings on the bottom of frame and also look for water coming from the tub seal above the tranny.
No water coming from the unit and no white shavings. The unit is apart and the basket is removed.Is there a clutch in these units?The unit is about 12 years old, maybe older and i think that the clutch is slipping.I have looked at the schmatic but i don't see a part for a clutch mech. If it's built into the tranney it maybe time to buy a new washer.
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Tip the washer back, remove the belt and turn the tranny pulley in the spin direction. The brakes should release and the tranny turn easily. If so, put the belt back on and start the washer in spin while holding the spin basket. If it is easy to hold the basket, you probably have a bad tranny clutch.
If so, I would re-post this as a possible bad clutch to confirm.
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Tip the washer back, remove the belt and turn the tranny pulley in the spin direction. The brakes should release and the tranny turn easily. If so, put the belt back on and start the washer in spin while holding the spin basket. If it is easy to hold the basket, you probably have a bad tranny clutch.
If so, I would re-post this as a possible bad clutch to confirm.
Thats exactly what is happening. Could a bad thrust bearing assembly be the cause or is it more likely the tranny clutch.
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All the thrust bearing does is release the brakes. If the snubber is bad/ worn it will cause the clutch to slip.
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All the thrust bearing does is release the brakes. If the snubber is bad/ worn it will cause the clutch to slip.
If i spin the pulley by hand the the brake releases properly and the tub spins but if i put any pressure on the tub it stops spining quite easily and it feels like it is sliping somewere. Is this the tranny's fault? By the way i do appreciate all the help so far.
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If it is really easy to move the tub back and forth and the washer shook a lot in spin, you probably need a new snubber, a worn snubber will partially release the clutch.
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