Model #LSC9355EQ0 WHIRLPOOL Residential Washers

  • Top And Cabinet
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  • Controls And Rear Panel
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  • Miscellaneous
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  • Agitator, Basket And Tub
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  • Brake, Clutch, Gearcase, Motor And Pump
    3 Results
  • Machine Base
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  • Wiring Harness
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  • Brake And Drive Tube
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  • Gearcase
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  • Water System
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is my washer motor bad?

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The washer not working can be annoying. It is one of the most important appliances in the house. I did some research on www.managemylife.com. I am adding the links to a couple of videos below to help you with your question while you wait for your expert response.

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Marc H -
March 09, 2012
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My dishwasher motor appears to be broken. The pump seems to work because water comes and goes but there is no distribution of the water in the dishwasher.

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David -
March 10, 2012
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Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem with the washer. It sounds like you have ruled out anything mechanical. I suspect you have an electrical problem. I would not feel comfortable telling you to replace the motor without any electrical checks. The reason is the problem could be a defective timer, broken wire, or even a loose connection. I recommend having a service technician diagnose the washer. If you think you would feel comfort able checking live voltage with a meter I will be happy to assist you. You can pick up a simple analog meter from Sears for about $20.00.

Here is a link to order any parts you need. Sears Parts Direct .

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
March 12, 2012
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Thanks for the reply Mark. I have an older analog meter. I have no issue checking the washer with live voltage with your help. thanks

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junglejet -
March 12, 2012
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First, you will need to remove the washer cabinet. The second image below shows how to remove the cabinet. Once the cabinet is removed, turn the timer to a heavy-duty wash cycle. Do not turn the washer on at this time. Now turn the meter to check ac voltage. Then plug the leads onto the red and yellow wires going to the motor. Once you have the leads in place pull the timer knob out. You should have a reading of about 110 volts. If you have the reading, turn the washer off and move the leads to the white and blue wires. Once you have them in place turn the washer back on. Again, you should have the same reading. If you have these readings and providing the motor is not jammed the motor is defective. To be sure it is not jammed, remove the motor but leave the wires connected. Then turn the washer on. If the motor does the same thing it is time to replace the motor. If the motor runs, you should double check the pump and transmission. I hope this is helpful. Please feel free to reply below with the details of the checks.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
March 14, 2012
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LSC9355EQ0 Whirlpool washer

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Taking on a repair yourself can be a challenge to help you I have attached a link below to manage my life where a expert answered a similar that has some great information on replacing the outer plastic tub on a washer. Hope this helps!

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Maira E -
October 17, 2010
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Ignore the answer you were directed to since it is for a whole different washer.

The images below will help you pull the whole tub assembly out of the washer cabinet.

The first image shows how to remove the outer cabinet.

The 2nd image show how to remove the spin basket. The agitator is held on by a bolt. The bolt is accessed by removing the fabric softener dispenser. Beneath the dispenser is a cam that is remove by using a 1/2 inch drive extension for a socket.

You will also need a spanner wrench. You can also use a straight edge screwdriver and hammer to remove the spanner nut but this tends to beat the spanner nut up.

With the basket out the tub is almost ready to come off. It is held by a couple of screws and suspension springs. You will also have to disconnect the tub to pump hose.

I hope this gives you an idea of how to approach this problem.

You can always reply with any additional information for further assistance with this project.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
October 18, 2010
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