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 Posted: Thu Apr 8th, 2010 02:30 am
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I have disassembled everything on the top end (all the way down to the plastic pan)and see no noticeable problem. What is between the motor and the plastic drain assembly? Are there parts there that can be replaced? That is where the noise seems to be coming from.

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JDB 3910 Sorry, thought I put that in.

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Thanks for the diagram. I removed everything all the way down and including #22. So there really is nothing below the pan except the motor. Hmmmm, So either the motor is bad, or one of the parts I examined is bad even though it is not obvious. Can give me any clues on what to be looking for?

 

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There's only a rubber slinger on the motor shaft between the pump body and the motor.   It could be built up with gunk and rubbing on the pump body or you have bad motor bearings.

Did you try to run the motor when you had it all stripped down inside to part ref#22?  Pull the electrical plug off the water valve so no water will fill and then turn it on and advance the timer tell the motor runs.  If you have all the impellers and seals all removed and just the motor shaft sticking up thru the pump body and it still makes whatever noise you're hearing it has to be the motor bearins or the slinger rubbing on something.



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Thanks Willie, I'll try that out.

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