How To Replace Spin Basket In Haier Front Load Washer

How To Replace Spin Basket In Haier Front Load Washer

This Haier washer maintenance guide will show you how to change the spin bin in a top-load washer. The spin basket holds garments throughout the wash cycle. Replace the basket is damaged in the area where it joins the hub. This can cause a loud banging or a rubbing sound when you spin cycle. If the basket is damaged or has rust spots it is worth replacing it.

Rust may cause marks on your clothes. If the spin basket is damaged or rusted, replace it using a manufacturer-approved replacement part. Turn off the power and water: Unplug the power cord from the outlet on your wall. Switch off the water supply valves to the Haier washer. Wear protective gloves to protect your hands. Help someone remove the Haier washer off the wall. Lift the top panel: Seal the lid to make sure it does not open, damaging the console that controls it or strike your arms as you work. The top screws that secure the Haier washer’s 2 hinge brackets off the back need to be removed.

The wire cover is removed from the Haier washer by removing the screw. Slide the top of the panel forward by approximately half an inch, then lift the front panel about a quarter inch. The panel should remain slightly elevated and pull it back about a quarter inch to unhook the brackets. Lift the top panel and prop it against the wall, behind the Haier washer. The tub ring must be removed: Remove the bottom of tub ring to let it loose from the tabs that lock it to the exterior of the plastic washtub. Use a slot screwdriver if necessary. Pull the tub ring out from the Haier washer.

Remove the impellerby inserting a slot screwdriver into the notch at the cap’s base. cap and pry the cap off the impeller. To remove the bolt holding the impeller to the drive motor shaft, make use of an awl or socket. Grab the impeller with a firm grip and pull it out of the Haier washer. Take the spin basket out from the tub for washing: Position the spanner wrench on top of the spanner nut so that the wrench teeth engage the notches in the nut. To unlock the spanner nuts use a hammer and strike the spanner wrench’s arm. Then, spin the spanner wrench until the spanner nut becomes loose .

Then, remove it from the washer. Straighten the spin basket and remove it from the tub of the washer. Set up the spin basket. Set the spin basket on the top of the shaft. Then, push the spin basket down until the shaft is completely covered. Place the spanner nut in the appropriate position and secure it to the bottom of the new spin basket. The spanner nut needs to be tightened by hand. Then, you can use the spanner wrench to tighten the spanner nuts. To tighten the spanner nuts employ a suitable amount of force to strike the spanner wrench’s limb with the Hammer. Install the impeller again. Push the impeller on top of the motor until it’s completely settled. Insert the bolt and tighten it firmly.

Connect the cap to the top of the impeller. Reinstall the tub-ring Position the tub ring on the top of the tub and push it downwards. To lock the tabs, press the tabs down that are over the tabs that lock. Install the top panel by dropping it. Reverse the panel about a quarter inch to engage the brackets. Reverse the panel by quarter of an inch to ensure it is flush to the frame. Remove the tape from the washer lid. The screws should be inserted back into the top of the hinges at the back of the control console. Make sure the screws are tightened. Put the tabs on left side of the wire cover in the slots, then line up the holes on the left and place the mounting screw. Secure the mounting screw to hold the wire cover in the right position. Reset the water supply valves to bring back power and water. Connect the outlet to the washer.

Replace the Haier washer to its original location. Check the washer’s calibration by turning the control dial counterclockwise 1 time. In approximately six seconds, swiftly turn the dial three clicks clockwise, one counterclockwise and one more clockwise. When you activate the diagnostic mode, all the light status indicators will blink. If the lights do not blink, rotate the control dial for a complete clockwise rotation to reset the control and then try again, but this time turn the knob faster.

Choose the Calibration Cycle in the diagnostic mode by turning the dial four times clockwise. If the Rinse light goes on Press Start to start the Calibration Cycle that runs for two to three minutes. After the Calibration Cycle closes the lid will be unlocked, and the washer is shut off.