You load the washer, let it fill, and then….nothing. No one ever wants to have to deal with a broken washing machine, so when the washer isn’t working right many people automatically start to dread that they will have to call in the repair man, or worse yet replace the entire appliance. Luckily, this isn’t always the case.
If your washer won’t spin at all or is making a squealing sound during the spin cycle, it may mean your Drive Belt is broken or damaged. This is something you can easily fix yourself. Today we have a step-by-step guide to Replacing the Drive Belt in most Top Loading Washers.