Wont run at any setting. Just get an electric humming sound.
After fiddling with the timer, I got the spin/drain cycle to start and finish. Thought I'd try starting a new cycle after it drained/spun. New cycle started fine, but when agitation started it made an 'im binding' noise and stopped running. Now timer is not working at all (no clicking or load noise when turning on). Once I get the water out should I still check the pulleys?
Ok, both small pulleys turn freely. The large central pulley turns freely counter-clockwise, but locks up after a few rotations clockwise. Briefly reversing directions will free up the pulley to once again turn clockwise for a couple of turns before again locking up.
I was afraid of that. Is replacing a transmission pretty labor intensive? Thinking DIY. Are any special tools required?
Thanks for your help. I really appreciate the quick responses