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Bryan hi. The new belt did not help very much at all. My wife was set on getting a repair man. My family has used their services for 20+ yrs so I felt confident. He told us it was a thrust bearing that was needing replacement. He did so ($$$$$ ouch) and the machine worked great for 7 loads. The last cycle it began to make a grinding thumping noise. The 8th cycle it stopped completely mid cycle with soapy water full (it was in the wash cycle). My wife thought their was an electrical burn smell, I checked it out and it I think it could also be a rubber/plastic burn. The machine will not turn on in any setting. the breakers and tyhe outlet have all been checked and work fine.
were you able to get the water out of this ? I was wondering if you could tip the machine back and roll the belt off and spin the pump pulley, make sure something didn't get caught it the pump and stop this.
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