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Angel45005  
#21 Posted : Thursday, October 20, 2016 4:19:24 PM(UTC)
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Ok thanks Joe. So this was only a temporary fix huh? Darn it!!
But at least it gives me a few days to order the part. Thanks!
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#22 Posted : Friday, October 21, 2016 5:12:12 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Angel45005 Go to Quoted Post
Ok thanks Joe. So this was only a temporary fix huh? Darn it!!
But at least it gives me a few days to order the part. Thanks!


Angel, Yes, it's only a temporary repair. It'll happen again and soon(usually). Make sure you read and understand the instructions that come with the kit. Also use plenty of lubricant on the cam and center hub of the drive pulley, and you'll be good for quite a while.
Angel45005  
#23 Posted : Sunday, October 30, 2016 4:30:09 AM(UTC)
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Hey Joe, wanted to let you know that the washer tub is still turning..but, even with that the clothes are still a tad to wet and is taking forever to dry. So, I think ill fix my other washer. Its a whirlpool and it just started shaking and violently vibrating. From what I read it's probably the suspension rods. Too darn bad the ones from the maytag wouldnt fit. Anyway, im going to remove the old rods before I buy them, is there any way I can know they are bad by inspection?
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#24 Posted : Monday, October 31, 2016 5:41:11 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Angel45005 Go to Quoted Post
Hey Joe, wanted to let you know that the washer tub is still turning..but, even with that the clothes are still a tad to wet and is taking forever to dry. So, I think ill fix my other washer. Its a whirlpool and it just started shaking and violently vibrating. From what I read it's probably the suspension rods. Too darn bad the ones from the maytag wouldnt fit. Anyway, im going to remove the old rods before I buy them, is there any way I can know they are bad by inspection?

Angel, Apparently you have a "Cabrio" washer. So you want to look at the rods themselves, make sure they're not bent or distorted in any way. Check the spring tension and make sure the springs look OK. Check, clean and lubricate the "ball joints" at the top of the frame assembly and the mounts at the bottom of the outer tub. Also make sure you have the washer leveled in both directions(front to back and side to side). Then we can go from there if there are any other issues.
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