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i have a maytag washer atlantis hd. xtra lrg. cap. mdl.#MAV9504EWW SER.#13000300EX. it does not go into spin. it still agitates. is it a HE washer? the lower belt is a little loose. about 1 1/2 slac. is it still under warranty? what do i look at 1st?

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HE ....NO.......Crap...pretty much....warranty I'll have to look but probably not.

Does the motor run when it should be spinning? If so lay the machine down, remove the belt.

inspect the top of the tranny pulley for melting plastic. Also, if you turn the pulley counter clockwise the metal disk directly above the pulley should raise up abut 1/4" (releasing brakes) to allow the tub to spin if its not raising then your thrust bearing kit may be bad or the brakes can be stuck....has the machine been sitting up unused?

If the brake rotor didn't raise turn the pulley 1/4 turn CCW and stick a big flat head screw driver between the pulley spokes and between the disk and the frame and twist the screwdriver. If you feel movement and here a little pop then the brakes were probably stuck. Stand the machine back us and see if it will now spin. If so you may need to dissassemble the brakes and clean or replace some components.

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i know the aggitator was moving when it should have been spinning. it gets used almost every day. at least 3x aday.i'll check the brakes and let you know. can you get me parts manual? thanks. buck

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If the agitator is rotating back and forth during the spin cycle the transmission is bad.

I'll try and check the warranty later today, if the the unit was bought after Jan 1 2006 it only has a (1) year warranty , Unless an extended warranty was purchased.



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i just checked it again. it started to spin with the agitator going back and forth.then the drum started slowing until it stopped with the agitator continuing to move. i am getting ready to check under the washer.

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Tellin ya tranny is toast



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ok. how do i get it out?

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pop off the E clip and the pulley and washers come right off. If there are several washers don't mix them up, they must go a certain way. (old style has several washers , new style doesn't).

The tranny is showing a 10 year warranty for that serial #

You will have to call Whirlpool and have an authorized tech come out to verify if you wanna go the warranty route. Only parts are covered by warranty...service call and labor is on you probably $200-$250



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how do i get to the pm?

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ok. got it. i can buy a new whirlpool washer for$299.00. they take the old one and recycle it for $100.00 rebate. and $150.00 energy rebate. the new one is a whirlpool cabrio. i am thinking it is not worth my time to work on this one even with the warranty. i had 3 break down so i hope that is it.
BUCK:samurai:

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BUCKHUNTER wrote: .. i am thinking it is not worth my time to work on this one even with the warranty. ...
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If you thinking of a Cabrio I suggest purchasing the MFG. Extended warranty, not the retailers.



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some model comparisons

(can select or un-select any or all different "option" check-boxes / prices / etc)

http://www.ajmadison.com/b.php/Amana%2CEstate%2CFrigidaire%2CMaytag%2CSpeed+Queen%2CWhirlpool%3BTop+Load%3B%24300+-+%24399%3BWashers/Ns~_price%7c0%3BN~37+4294846358+4294967268+4294960738+4294967259+4294967281+4294967285+4294967279+4



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the whirlpool CABRIO #WTW5500XW IS ON SALE FOR $299.00
i thihk it is a no brainer. get the new one. recycle the old 1 for $100.00 plus other rebate of $150.00.
so don't be a :moon:

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BUCKHUNTER wrote: the whirlpool CABRIO #WTW5500XW IS ON SALE FOR $299.00
i thihk it is a no brainer....

"We're not in Kansas anymore."

That's Whirlpool's new model, not the old standard Direct Drive Transmision...

... new Belt Drive, New Transmission ...


WTW5500XW Tech Sheets





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At least the new one is much easier to work on than the Cabrio. I think this design is much better than the Cabrio we've come to hate and will have better results.



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are you saying the new cabrio is not a good deal?

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No, its a good deal and I think you'll be much happier with the new design Vs. The old one.



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BUCKHUNTER wrote: are you saying the new cabrio is not a good deal?
no one knows ..

# 5 is the Transmission

# 7 is the Motor

Service Manual



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