Model #LAT9416AAE MAYTAG Residential Washers

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  • Top (9416)
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  • Tub (9416)
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  • Base (9416)
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  • Clutch, Brake & Belts (9416)
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washer wont run lat9416aae

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squealing and burning smell on spin cycle - Maytag model Model LAT9416AAE Maytag model Model LAT9416AAE

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Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct. I will be happy to help with your washer. Upon researching model number LAT9416AAE; the belt may be worn out. The belt will produce a burning rubber smell.

Thank you for choosing Sears. We appreciate your business. Have a great day.

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Jeff Wallace Jr -
Sears Technician
July 13, 2015
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When I opened it up it was leaking inside. I checked the belts and they "looked" okay

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pj -
July 13, 2015
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I read that a leak in the spin seal could cause the same smell. Is this a costly repair or DIY?

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pj -
July 13, 2015
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Maytag washer LAT9416AAE does not spin the clothes dry after final rinse.

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That's great that you are wanting to know more about your problem and want to know what could be the possible solution. I did locate a similar question and an expert answered. I hope that it provides further information that can help you solve your problem.

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Dezeray S -
February 08, 2011
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Dezeray, that's great that you want to help but there are no stuck clothing items, no binding clutches and no broken dogs on the agitator. The machine washes the clothes fine and expels the wash water but when it gets to the time to expel the last rinse water it doesn't. Any help?

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Richard -
February 08, 2011
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Thank you for your question.

I can understand concern for the washer not spinning.

The drive system on this old dependable plus washer has a floating slide system with springs and glides on the motor carriage.

The belts underneath will be kind of loose because of that spring tension system. This system work on torque as the machine calls for spin it allows the motor pulley to spin on the belt until it builds up some momentum and the springs on the motor carriage will pull the belt tighter to get the basket up to speed.

It may be that the motor to transmission drive belt is glazed and will need to be replaced. Also check the two springs on the motor carriage to make sure one is not broken.

The motor carriage glides may not be allowing the motor to slide freely and will need to be cleaned and lubed.

I hope this information will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 10, 2011
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Thanks for your guidance Sam A. I went to Sears Parts Direct to get numbers for reference. The pump Vbelt (41) is spinning, is working the pump but is very loose (no 1/4 inch spread when the middle is pinched together) - it came off in my hand with very little pulling. The Vbelt for the drive pulley (42) is not turning. I can pull the belt counterclockwise and it turns easily, when I pull it clockwise it is a little "heavy" and it moves the black casing with the motor above it. The motor pulley (18) is very hot to the touch. I was running the machine on mini load and delicates. The tub is not spinning but it is agitating. The water seems to be expelled (I can hear it in the pipes) but the very loose belt there may be another concern. The belts are in good shape- no wear, no cracks or splits. There is nothing caught between the drums. The motor at the Vbelt for the drive pulley slides onits guides fine, no broken springs. Anything further?

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Richard -
February 10, 2011
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Thank you for the update. I would suggest that you put the washer in spin with the front panel off pull forward on the motor to see if it will spin the basket. You could also remove the drive belt from the transmission and rotate the transmission pulley by hand in both directions. One way it will turn easy, that's agitate and the other way it will be a little harder because it has to climb a spiral shaft to compress the spin brake and begin to spin the basket. If as you say the motor is turning for the spin cycle and pumping out it should be starting to spin also. If it is not, it may be that the spin seal has been leaking and has damaged the spin bearing. Have you been hearing any squealing noise previous to this when the washer was spinning? If the seal has been leaking you can look up under the outer next to the transmission with a flash light to see if there are any water marks which would indicate the seal has be leaking. Please let me know what you discover. Thank you for using Manage My Life Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 10, 2011
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Again, thank you Sam A. I looked for evidence of a leak from the spin seal and the transmission and surrounding parts and area are all dry and no signs of past leaking. I then pulled forward on the motor in the delicate spin cycle and the transmission began spinning. When the transmission was spinning normally I released my hold on the motor and the transmission continued spinning until the end of the cycle. There was no burning rubber smell. I am suspecting that the belts have expanded over time and are very loose but functioning. The machine is 12 years old but it has had an easy life. Do you think I should get the two belts (41 and 42) and thank my good luck it is not the more expensive and involved seal fix? Regards, Lesorcan

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Richard -
February 11, 2011
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Thank you for the update. You will need to replace both belts on the washer and while you have the old belts off clean and lubricate the slide channels or it you like there is a replacement kit for the springs and slides that might be a good idea. Or if you want to just replace the belts that are ok too. I believe that this machine may be older than 12 years. The part number for the belts are: pump belt is : 211124 and the transmission belt is 211125 and the spring and glide kit is: 205000 . I hope this information will help you with your washer. Thank you for using Manage My Life. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
February 11, 2011
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Thanks again, Sam A. I will go ahead and order the belts. I have cleaned all around the spring and glide area and given them a little lubrication, they seem to be OK. This website is excellent, though it sometimes loads a bit slowly. I have used Manage My Life in the past and I know I have saved 100's of dollars because of the accurate advice available here. Thanks again. Regards, Lesorcan

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Richard -
February 11, 2011
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Hi, it sounds like I have the problem you described - the spin seal has been leaking. Is this a costly repair or a do it yourself? Thanks.

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pj -
July 13, 2015
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