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 Posted: Tue Apr 19th, 2005 10:50 pm
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Hoosier56
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Our four year old Maytag washer developed a noise that sounds like high speed braking when the spin cycle ends. I would liken it to a skidding sound when you slam on the brakes on a bike. I was thinking it could be a drive belt, but thought I would check with the experts on possible causes and solutions.

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1. Post your model number!

2. Read this.



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Thanks so much. I'll look into the braking-good pig analogy.

Sorry-I thought I had put the model number in the note.

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Hoosier56 wrote:
Sorry-I thought I had put the model number in the note.

Ah, so you did. My mistake.:toiletgrab:



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