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 Posted: Wed Apr 28th, 2010 05:57 pm
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Hi I bought a used wasshing machine from some guy.. and used it a couple times.. think I overloaded cause Iw as so amazed at how much better it was then my old one heh.. well of course something broke.. it wouldnt pump the water out of the machine anymore..  it drained water fine when the hose was lowered to ground level.. so it wasnt clogged.. which then lead me to rippin the machine apart heh.. after I got it all apart I realized all I had to do was flip the machine over to find the pulley that is attached to the motor which comes out of the bottom of the machine thatr has the belt from the motor to the transmission was melted through into 2 pieces.  I was wondering if there's anywhere u can just get that pulley? From what I've been looking at here on the web is that you have the buy the whole damn motor which is like 130$ cause it seems or atleast I cant find just the pulley by itself and only seen it already attached to the motor in the pictures..

http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=b4a11c203i1023733&PartID=1023733

that is the link of what closely resembles the motor on my machine.. and that whiteish pulley on the bottom of the motor is what I'm looking for.  my machine is a Maytag Performance model number: PAV2300AWW

if anyone knows of how I can fix this cheaper then buyin a whole new motor please help heh.. if not I might have to hit up craigslist again heh..

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Best case, you may just need the pulley and thrust bearing kit==> Click

Worst case, the transmission is shot.

Make sure there's not clothing stuck between the inner basket and outer tub.

The pulley isn't expensive, try it first.



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They used to have a pulley kit that had two different pulleys in it.  That part# now all subs to the complete motor with pulley.

If you order part# 21001108
http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=1472
You can get just the pulley, some parts sites show it as a black pulley and one of the sites did show it as a yellowish color pulley which yours might be.

I'm not sure if this will work on yours or not but it's less then $20 with shipping so much better deal if it will work and can be return if it doesn't fit.



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Misread the post-- I thought he was talking about the transmission pulley. Late night at the geisha house, not enough coffee yet this morning. Domo, Willie.



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I reasearched that same issue sometime ago; the answer I was given was that the reason the manufacturer set this up to replace the motor and pulley simultaneously (as a kit) was because of difficulty removing the defective pulley from the motor, which resulted in damage to the motor.



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Yeah, I heard that too, but to me, a puller is cheaper than a motor, and works for more than 1 repair



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kdog wrote: Yeah, I heard that too, but to me, a puller is cheaper than a motor, and works for more than 1 repair
Yeah what he said, and I believe it to be the manufactures just want to make more money.  Those pulleys aren't that hard to remove.



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Budget Appliance Repair wrote:
 the manufactures just want to make more money. 

Yeah, what he said !



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