View single post by nickfixit
 Posted: Fri Jul 15th, 2005 12:37 am
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Joined: Tue Apr 26th, 2005
Location: Luna Pier, USA
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Check the idler pulley. Whirlpool made a couple years production with a slip pad idler instead of a roller(which worked great for 40 years). The slip pad design was a total failure ( noise, broken belts, and more noise) If yours has the gray slip pad instead of the wheel, install a new roller type pulley part # 691366 and a new belt # 341241.

Whirlpool went back to using the original roller type idler

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