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 Posted: Sun Sep 12th, 2010 07:54 pm
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Hello,

   My washer is making a loud clicking noise while agitating intermittently. I've looked in the error log on the washer and none have been reported. So far it hasn't stopped operating properly but the sound gets louder and more frequent with each use. I'd assume it sounds like a clutch, similar sounding to an A/C clutch going bad, but I'm not sure which parts do what in this unit. Not all manufacturer's use the same nomenclature for parts that perfom similar functions.

Appreciate any help you could provide, thanks!!

 

-Steve

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Anyway you could record a sound clip and post us a link?



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Will do on the next wash we do.

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You will need to replace this part http://www.repairclinic.com/Appliance-Parts?searchText=WH39X10003&Search=Git%20'em!



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