The basket was slipping on the transmission drive shaft, therefore causing the slow or no spin error...
Drum Mounting Hub W10324651
was striped out
and the transmission shaft splines were also severely damaged.
Besides the error codes, the slipping basket was causing a grinding noise and chatter. So I thought that the basket spin bearing was also going bad also... So...
I removed the transmission, cleaned up the damaged splines as best as I could, I also cleaned up the splined part of the
basket drive. Then I made a thin metal shim spacer to fit over
the damaged transmission splines, while coating both sides of
the shim with a loctite super glue then tapped ( with some effort ) the assembly back together, and praise the great washer God it worked!!!
I know this was a "redneck" type of repair, but my customer had already bought a mode shift actuator (WPW10006355
to replace a faulty one, and she lived on a very tight budget.
As a matter of fact, she had discussed getting another used washer, before spending any more money on the Cabrio.
She has owned the Cabrio for about 5 years and bought it used from a rental store chain, at the time when she purchased the
Cabrio she was told that it was about two years old. She also said that for the last two years that the washer had not been spinning the loads of clothes out very well. She had a service man from the rental store there about 3 months ago, who replaced the belt, because of the spin issue. Needless to say
she did not want to sink any more money into the Cabrio as she was not all that happy with the washers performance as it was. So I did the best as I could for her. The best part was when the Cabrio spun out, she commented "thats the best thats it's ever sounded".