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 Posted: Mon Apr 26th, 2010 07:28 pm
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Our Frigidaire washer doesn't seem to want to spin at the end of cycles. I have removed the water pump and checked it for obstructions. None found but it does se kinda herky-jerky when you rotate the impeller. It does spin when it is installed but it seems noisier than I remember. I have removed the back from the machine and I notice that the drum will twitch or rock slighly once in a while but it doesn't spin. The belt isn't slipping. When I advance the timer to the end of the final spin cycle, the pump runs and runs (noisily) but no spinning of the drum. It's door lock seems to have stuck a couple of times but rotating the timer fixed that. I also noticed that sometimes when I advance the timer completely to the end, the chime rings for a LONG time.

   These symptoms occured about a month ago but when I got into the back of the machine and tapped on the speed control, everything started working again. Needless to say this didn't work this time. Please help. Thanks

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GLTR1679ASO

can you check that model number again ?

 



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That model number is GLTR1670ASO. Sorry for the typo

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so if you fill the machine with water and turn the timer to spin have you lifted the drain hose and visualized if the water is actually pumping out?



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No... I only removed the pump, inspected it, Plugged it back in, and observed it spinning noisly when the timer is turned to the right position. I only got about 1/2 a quart of water out when I removed the pump so I assumed... oh yea... don't assume... I'll try what you suggested...BRB

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OK... Water is pumping... No spin though

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Door lock light is out but door is stuck

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OK...Now door is unstuck

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sounding like you have a few issues...in your earlier post you said at one time you had tapped on the speed control board and the machine then worked for a while? if so check the connections on the board closely.



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OK...Will do. Can I get this to spin if it's now empty??

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you can try...



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Connections look ok... When empty (No clothes) it seems to fill on the rinse and pump out water. No aggitation and no spin.

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we need to check that door lock...is the door lock light coming on?



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kyates9094 wrote: That model number is GLTR1670ASO. Sorry for the typo
GLTR1670AS0 Tech Data



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Light comes on and goes off after cycle. Door does seem to delay in releasing sometimes but eventually does. Going to work right for now but I will check back in when I get home. Thanks for the help and I hope to see more later.

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Still hoping for suggestions. Should I post a new string with the correct model number in the title??

 

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kyates9094 wrote: ... with the correct model number in the title??

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did you do the Door Lock tests in the Tech Sheets ?

 

While in the Spin Cycle, unplug the Washer from the Wall Outlet.

Can you immediately open the Door, or only after a few minutes ?



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I can open it immediately

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kyates9094 wrote: I can open it immediately
bad Door Lock Assembly

click on picture


 

OR you could just replace the internal Wax Motor

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Frigidaire FrontLoad washer door latch/lock switch
 WCI 131763245
replace only wax motor if it is bad, not complete latch assembly

 WPL 99001807 wax motor
 WPL 12002535 Wax motor




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Really? I was ready to replace the speed control! What is the difference between the two wax motors and will either one work for me?

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