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Washer Repair / Re: Washer won't spin
« Last post by Doctor All-Star on February 06, 2016, 11:14:14 AM »
If the clutch was hottt (I meant to put 3 t's lol), replace it. It will only get hot if the white pads are slipping & causing friction= hottt clutch.
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Washer Repair / Re: Washer won't spin
« Last post by Swieca on February 06, 2016, 10:54:55 AM »
ok I took off the agitator looking inside the tub when I started the spin cycle the rod attached to the trans moved but stopped not even half a turn into a rotation. and when I look underneath of it like I said previously nothing above the clutch spins.
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Washer Repair / Re: Washer won't spin
« Last post by Swieca on February 06, 2016, 10:39:53 AM »
The clutch looked a little rusty but other than that seemed to be fine. I tried to spin the clutch with very little success. I will have to wait for my husband to check out the tans. I can take the agitator off not a problem, but am I looking underneath or inside the washer when I look for the two notches? In doing this could we look at the trans as well or would I def have to take it off? I did notice that the coupling was greasy when I took it off and the rubber piece was worn like it was stuck in place otherwise looked good and wasn't broken. I replaced it with the new one anyways though. I also noticed that the clutch did get really hot after I had checked the spin cycle again which prompted me to go buy the clutch and look at the old one. again I didn't replace the old one bc the resistance was good. I know the clutch spins fine and the white piece that catches it isn't broken, but nothing above the clutch spins at all when in the spin cycle.
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Dishwasher Repair / Re: Danby ddw1899wp water inlet valve defective/testing?
« Last post by dab147315 on February 06, 2016, 10:17:21 AM »
Your using that meter wrong.Push select on you meter and get it off the continuity setting or buzzing and see if you have a setting like R x 100 or 200 scale.Your on the wrong scale. This is the manual for that little meter as i can see the model number of it in the video.  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-i5KqMA2RZwNTJUYzR6bXJxanc/view?usp=sharing
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Washer Repair / Re: Washer won't spin
« Last post by Doctor All-Star on February 06, 2016, 10:08:27 AM »
Providing that you have for certain ruled the clutch out as the cause, it could be :
1. Transmission spin gear in the transmission case has failed. Easiest way to determine this is to remove the transmission & turn the drive shaft clockwise several rotations, then counterclockwise several rotations while observing the transmission spindle. Watch the action & this will clearly determine whether the failure is in the tranny.
2. Spin tube/spin block failure  Inspect the spin block & spin tube by taking off the agitator, then engaging spin cycle. You're looking for damage where the 2 small notches sticking up from the spin tube are locking securely into the 2 slots of the spin block. If either are sheared off or worn down so they won't seat into place  , the spin tube would spin w/o spinning the tub.
3. The solid tub bearings have failed. Sometimes the grease dries out & tub bearings will rust or become damaged from the friction of the spin tube/spin basket spinning. This issue can cause other part failure to occur as well, like a blown capacitor, broken coupling, or even kill the spin gear in the tranny. Sometimes, it is possible to re grease them (if they aren't to far gone) & the problem is solved for the moment.

Hope this helps pal.
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Dishwasher Repair / Re: Whirlpool Dishwasher DU945PWP02
« Last post by AJ on February 06, 2016, 07:45:13 AM »
I put the balls in the place that the appliancepartspros guy showed. The dishwasher would not pump the water out and it really gave a loud whining sound.
I came back home and looked all over the net and found this video

asktheappliancerepairguy.com/dishwasher.../dishwasher-repair-replacing…

I did that and it works like a champ.

Thanks

Please copy and paste the URL to the video you found helpful at asktheappliancerepairguy, thanks.
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Dishwasher Repair / Danby ddw1899wp water inlet valve defective/testing?
« Last post by guanacux on February 06, 2016, 06:16:42 AM »
Hello,

My dishwasher (Danby Portable ddw1899wp) starts taking in water and then stops working with pre-rinse light blinking. When googling about it I ended up at at repairclinic.com . When seeing the water inlet testing video, I thought that's what it was since doing a continuity test on my water inlet valve showed no continuity. I went ahead and order the part replacement but the replacement also doesn't have continuity. Could I be testing continuity wrong? I made a video of it and uploaded it to youtube... 

Please help me figure it if the water inlet is defective or not? (or if the replacement is defective or not).
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Dishwasher Repair / Re: Whirlpool Dishwasher DU945PWP02
« Last post by krr1101 on February 05, 2016, 09:48:32 PM »
I put the balls in the place that the appliancepartspros guy showed. The dishwasher would not pump the water out and it really gave a loud whining sound.
I came back home and looked all over the net and found this video

asktheappliancerepairguy.com/dishwasher.../dishwasher-repair-replacing…

I did that and it works like a champ.

Thanks
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Dryer Repair / Re: ge m#dbxr463ed1ww heater cycles off at 145 degrees.
« Last post by bmmc on February 05, 2016, 08:49:42 PM »
as i said,i disconected bias heaters on both operating thermostates with no change.that eleminates temp switch.
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Washer Repair / Washer won't spin
« Last post by Swieca on February 05, 2016, 08:29:05 PM »
I have replaced the coupling and looked at the clutch. The clutch is good i'm assuming bc it has a hell of a resistance. I put the trans and motor back on and reassembled the washer... i washed a small load and just watched. it will drain, it will agitate, but it will not spin no matter what i do. I cannot even get the basket to move with my hand. The little white piece that engages the clutch is in tact. I tipped the washer back to watch the parts underneath while it was trying to spin. the clutch and coupling go around and around but the washer tub stays at a stand still. the piece right above the clutch is a good 4 maybe 5 inches away from it and doesn't move. Even though the resistance is good on the clutch could it still need to be replaced? I have a new one for just in case, but didn't change it bc i thought it was good. any advise would help. thanks in advance. the washer is a kenmore 80 series.
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