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Post# 46007   9/29/2004 at 17:28 (7,083 days old) by Compwhiz ()        

Apperently my washer is making clciking noises when it washes and spins help! please

Post# 46008 , Reply# 1   9/29/2004 at 17:56 (7,083 days old) by fixerman ()        

What brand, how old.......Need more to go on please.

Post# 46009 , Reply# 2   9/29/2004 at 18:17 (7,083 days old) by goatfarmer (South Bend, home of Champions)        

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Definately need more info.Might be minor,might be major.


Post# 46067 , Reply# 3   9/30/2004 at 16:44 (7,082 days old) by fixerman ()        

I think someone is pulling our leg.

Post# 46071 , Reply# 4   9/30/2004 at 17:37 (7,082 days old) by Compwhiz ()        

Sorry it is a whirlpool it was like made in 95 it had rollover as wash self cleaning filter diff water levels etc.

ill try 2 get a pic later

Post# 46072 , Reply# 5   9/30/2004 at 17:50 (7,082 days old) by fixerman ()        

Does it agitate? Spin? When does it make the clicking noises? By the way a little punctuation would probably make your post a bit more understandable.

Post# 46162 , Reply# 6   10/1/2004 at 23:05 (7,081 days old) by Compwhiz ()        

It agitates spins etc. but it seems to make rattiling noises when it agitates and spins and pumps

Post# 46167 , Reply# 7   10/2/2004 at 00:49 (7,081 days old) by fixerman ()        

It would seem to me something is rattling around in the pump since it does it when agitating and spinning. They are pretty easy to remove and have a look. Take the screws out of the console and flip it back. Unplug the lid switch connector. Remove the big clips and remove the cabinet. 2 clips hold the pump on . Remove the hoses and pump to have a look.

Post# 46195 , Reply# 8   10/2/2004 at 16:42 (7,080 days old) by goatfarmer (South Bend, home of Champions)        

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I know if you use an "early" style drive coupling on an newer DD washer,it will make a lot of clicking sounds.


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