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mcmdm1

04:12AM | 12/04/04
Member Since: 11/24/04
4 lifetime posts
Bvelectrical
Kenmore 110.20922990

With the help of this forum, I was able to repair the drive coupling, but after the repair, the washer now shakes excessively during the spin cycle. I have tried to level the washer but that doesn't seem to correct the problem. I did find a hard rubber (half round) spindle looking piece under the washer and thought that a stablizing piece may have fell off duting my repair. Any ideas?

Mike

appliguy

07:55AM | 12/04/04
Member Since: 07/23/04
491 lifetime posts
Hi,

**I was able to repair the drive coupling**

Was the washer layed down during the repair? If yes, this may help....

http://www.applianceaid.com/suspention.html

**the washer now shakes excessively during the spin cycle**

A copy:

EXCESSIVE VIBRATION OR MACHINE WALKS.

~Not level.

~Front leveling leg locknuts not tight.

Weak floor.- Try it on a concrete slab

~Unbalanced load.

~Shipping pins still in shipping location. (not dropped into retaining cups)

~Rear leveling legs stuck.

~Rear cabinet sides loose.

~Suspension plate pads worn - Replace ~Suspension Plate & Base Pads

~Suspension springs missing, broken or not connected.

~Basket ballast missing (Salt water in plastic inner tub ring leaked out, ring is located around top of inner tub, usually brown in color).- Check for sloshing water sounds as tub stops from spinning

~Slick ceramic tile floor

jeff.

Appliance Repair Aid

http://www.applianceaid.com/
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