Why won't my Whirlpool estate washing machine spin during the spin cycle but runs fine during the other and how do I fix it
Why Won't My Whirlpool Estate Washing Machine Spin During The Spin Cycle But Runs Fine During The Other Cycles And How Do I Fix It?
Estate washer will not spin. When lid is down you hear everything making noise, like water trying to pump out ,switching noises but will not spin clothes. WASHER MODEL NUMBER IS TAWS580PQ2
Sounds like you have a belt that is worn out. Pull the washer out from the wall and see if there is a panel screwed to the lower back of the machine. You will either need a Phillips head screwdriver or a wrench, depending on what type of screws are holding the panel on. If there is no panel, you will have to lay it down to have a look underneath. Check the rubber belt for wear. It should look a bit melted. If so, you can call Home Depot Appliance Parts at 1-800-378-5830 to order a new belt. They carry Whirlpool parts. You will need the model number of the washing machine when you call. Make sure that you pay attention to how the belt was installed before you take it off. Then just put the new one on the same way the old one was on. It's not that difficult. I replaced the pump on my washer while my husband was at work. The employees at H.D. Appl. Parts are very helpful and will even get online with you to locate the right parts and send you diagrams and instructions if necessary. I sound like a spokes person for Home depot. LOL!
There must be lot of dirt on the spin cycle, it may be because of washing of clothes without cleaning the spin cycle after a day or so, so it should be cleaned to move smoothly. If the solution given will not work then you must call the technician for that.
Inside your agitator ( very simple to come apart) there are 4 small driver cogs (plastic) that wear out, just replace em, about 5$.
My estate whilpool will drain at the bottom of the washer, I have to spin it many time to drain
It sounds like the transmission. The only way to fix it is to replace the transmission. A professional can do it about 10 minutes. A novice with a DIY book (personal experience talking here) about a day. Lol