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 Posted: Sat Jan 26th, 2008 02:53 pm
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My 12 year old washer is sometimes leaving the tub full of water following the spin cycle. Not all the time, of course. Where to begin?:(

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I'd start by checking the belts, the pump belt may be slipping too much. If they're worn, cracked or if the sides of the belts are glazed, you need to replace them. Do both the motor belt and pump belts at the same time. Paste your model number into the pretty yellow box at the top of the page to buy the belts.



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Tried the belt routine, got us through one wash day, but now, after 7 loads without a problem, the machine seems to be missing the spin cycle. The timer goes all the way to the end, but sometimes fails to start the spin cycle. Resetting the timer to the spin setting several times usually results in getting the load spun out. What's the next item to look at?

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When you say seems to be missing the spin cycle.  Is the unit getting to the spin section but continuing to agitate?  Getting to the spin section and the motor humming and not going or possibly humming and kicking out on overload? 



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After the wash cycle,  the water pumps out. Then rinse water comes in, no agitation or spinning. As the timer progresses through the spin cycle, it makes a series of clicking noises, as it always did, but nothing happens. I have the front cover off of the machine and I'm sure that the motor is not getting any power. We certainly do not hear any humming or any other sign of the motor trying to start. The motor seems to move freely on the slide so the belt can slip to get started. If I return the timer to the spin portion of the program several times, the motor typically will kick in and finish the spin dry cycle right to the end and shut off. Seems like a faulty timer to me, but I'm no expert at all...

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If a motor runs in wash or spin but not both the problem is not the motor.  You probably have a bad timer but a quick voltage test would prove it.  Do you have a volt meter?



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Yes I do have a volt meter...

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Are we sure about the model number??  I can not find a schematic for the unit, I show a LAT9606AAE and a LAT9604AAE.  If it is a LAT9606AAE, do the checks below with the timer knob set for spin, knob pulled out and trying to run.

 

120VAC Checks at the timer, from one wire to the other, unit trying to run in spin;

Brown 21 To White 9

Red 22 to Black 32

Black 32 to Gray 7N



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