Model #GLWS1749AS4 FRIGIDAIRE Residential Washers

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I need help diagnosing my washing machine troubles. Can someone help me get an idea without and expensive service call?


Hello there, I found a handy website that can show you step by step how to move your washing machine. I have attached the link below if you are interested in viewing the website while waiting for a response from an expert. Hope this helps!

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Alina F. -
July 22, 2010

This is something I can most likely help you with but from the description you give the most likely problem is the spin bearing or a tub support. Neither are easy to repair.

You've leveled the washer and checked the load which is the correct place to start.

If the washer is beating itself to death in spin then the usual suspect is the spin bearing. The 3204405 spin bearing is not very expensive ($31) but requires the transmission to be removed.

There is a hub the wash basket sits on and is mounted to the transmission shaft so the basket can spin. If the mounting bolts are loose it might allow the basket to spin unevenly. Does the basket seem to have any excessive up/down movement.

There are also three suspension springs with one a little shorted than the other two. If one is missing or worn then the basket would not be able to spin smoothly. The image below will show you how to remove the front panel and check the springs.

Remove the two screw on the bottom corners of the front panel then pull the bottom of the panel out and up to release the two top clips. Remember to unplug the washer first.

I under stand your not wanting to speed $129 dollars for someone to tell you that the washer is broke.

If the spin bearing is deemed to be the cause of your problem and if you have a few tools and are willing to try then I can provide you with further information and illustrations to assist you in repairing this washer.

The 2nd image shows you the trunnion and how it is mounted. This is not a usual problem but if the springs are okay then it would be something to check.

If there are additional details I can most likely assist you further.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
July 24, 2010
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