Put too heavy a load in the washer...now wont work
I had this happen a lot at my laundromats...
People got a little over zealous.
First, we need to get your rugs out of the machine.
This will be a little wet... do you have any 5 gallon buckets? I would take one out at at time, and put them into the 5 gallon pail.
This will be a wet job... but not much way around it..
Take them outside and wring them out and we'll get your machine going...maybe you can do one at a time afterward..
Once all the rugs are out, try to start your machine... maybe just close the lid and see if it will operate,,, but watch it when it starts and when it begins to spin... Make sure there is no water emptying on the floor
If the water drains out of the machine during the spin cycle, then you may be ok.
Try a small load after that.
If you can't get any action at the machine at all, check the circuit breaker in the electrical panel or subpanel in your home... make sure if the breaker is tripped, to turn it firmly to the off position and then back on.
If you get a machine that will operate, but won't empty properly, it's time to change the belts.
I can help you with that if you need. Feel free to send me a note if you need further help, okay.
Good luck on this.
Jun 05, 2009 |
Samsung Washing Machines