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 Posted: Sun Apr 15th, 2007 09:56 am
   
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If the drive block was shot you'd be able to see without removing the spanner nut. It is almost impossible to remove the spanner nut without the right tool or cutting it off. With the agitator off and the lid switch actuated can you see the spin tube spin? If not the problem lies in the clutch.



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 Posted: Mon Apr 16th, 2007 05:31 pm
   
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With the machine off the brake should be holding the spin tube from turning so if you can spin the inner tub easily either the drive block is no longer secured to the spin tube or the brake is not holding. Not sure how far apart you have it.



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 Posted: Wed Apr 18th, 2007 04:59 pm
   
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check for metal shavings at the top of the spin tube/drive block where the nut screws down..also make sure the 2 ear tabs are still the on top of the spin tube, as the drive block goes down onto these......from your description though I would really suspect the clutch assembly also, from where your at now all you have to do is remove the 3 1/2 inch bolts underneath and slide the tranny out.this will let you check it out...good  luck



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 Posted: Thu Apr 19th, 2007 01:52 am
   
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the clutch assembly comes with a few pieces......the round metal piece with a spring is attatched to the top of the tranny....and the white drive cam is attatched to the bottom of the spin tube.....you will see it with the tranny out......if you drop the trans and the motor at the same time together you will be able to set it on the floor and test run it in spin, if it turns good tranny should be ok......then turn the white drive cam by hand and it will disengage the brake and the tub should turn.....usually the white drive cam will break or shear the tip off alittle so that it doesn't make good contact with the clutch



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you have to position the white drive cam away from the spring in the clutch then it will push up flush, also if the spin tube (piece that the white drive cam is attatched to) has dropped down you need to manually engage it and turn it till it goes back up in all the way (it usually drops about a 1/2 inch when taken out) this will also keep the tranny from seating all the way up.......yes the clutch does come with the white drive cam and the clutch piece on the tranny.....if the drive cam is bad it will usually have the tab sticking out broken off.....did you try the motor and tranny assembly out of the machine?



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The shaft isn't what makes it spin, you can hold it still while the round clutch goes round this is what drives the spin cycle (and the white drive cam)..if your cam looks like the one in the link it's prob. ok.....I had one a few weeks ago that drove me crazy for about 30 mins.....everything looked good but after putting it together it wouldn't spin finally after taking it apart 3 times it worked like a charm but I didn't do anything different either time I put it back together........can you manually turn the drive cam and make the tub spin?



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I would replace the clutch assembly......with the motor and tranny doing their job (basically bench testing ) on the floor and then being able to spin the tub manually the clutch is what puts 'em together.....good  luck



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refpoman wrote: I noticed one part that I was not familiar with were it would go when I rebuild the washer.  I looked it up online, and it appears to be an agitator clip along with a white piece of plastic.....it had some grease on either side of it as well.  By my description, would you be able to tell me where that goes?  I'm assuming it must go somewhere in the agitator rebuild??

refpoman: Are you are talking about reference # 7 and 8 (agitator washer and clip) in this diagram?

If so, the white plastic washer sits on top of the spanner nut with the bottom tab going into a notch of the spanner nut, then slide the clip down the agitator shaft until it is flush on top of the white plastic washer, then twist it so one of the clip's ears is snug against the top tab of the white plastic washer.



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Explain shimmy........(movement or what appears to be and off balance causing the machine to walk ?)  if so did you lay it completely flat to do the repair.....if so you could have goten the skid plate out of whack......thats a completely different thing so post back and let us know.....congrats on a good fix so far



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