Model #LNC6757A71 ADMIRAL Residential Washers

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  • Cabinet
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  • Base
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  • Tub
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  • Tub Page 2
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  • Transmission
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  • Transmission Page 2
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Q:

My Admiral 22LB Washing Machine does not drain (LNC6757A71),

A:

Updated info. After cleaning the terminals on the lid switch, the spin cycle seemed to work but it only works partially. For a small load, it will drain the water and continue for a while, but the clothes don't seem as dry as they normally would as if the spin cycle stopped short. For a larger load with towels, the spin cycle stopped well short of completion although the water did drain. A couple of times, the spin cycle didn't work at all.

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Brian -
September 22, 2013
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Thank You for contacting ManageMyLife.com

I understand your frustration when the washer won't spin. I understand you checked the lid switch. But don't rule it out just yet. Make sure the wiring harness didn't come loose, also look for burnt marks on the plug/prongs. If there are burnt marks then the lid switch may have shortened out. The only other reason the tub wouldn't spin is if the drive belt is scretched out or broken. Please let me know what you find.

I look forward to working with you.
Thanks for using ManageMyLife.com

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Desirea -
Sears Technician
September 22, 2013
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I put a bypass in for the switch and seems to be working. I expect I'll order a replacement switch, but before I do I wanted to trace the wires back to where they connect to the panel to ensure there's no wear there. Do you have instructions on how to access the panel? I have removed the screws attaching the face of the control panel to the washing machine, but it seems like I have to remove the knobs to take the face off. I can remove all of the knobs except for the main one which controls the cycle.

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Brian -
September 23, 2013
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