Question about Washing Machines
Hope someone can help me here. I've had problems with my washing machine agitator going through a set of the dog ears every two weeks to a month for the past year and a half.
The guy at the parts store told me I was over loading my washing machine and wearing them out which is total balony! Been doing laundry for 30 years and I DO know NOT to over load a washing machine.
It's gotten to where I'm replacing the dog ears every two weeks now and the machine has also started to quit after the washing cycle has gotten to the last spin cycle and doesn't finish the final spin. If anyone has any suggestions on what the problem may be I would be most appreciative!!
HI colleen. thanks for the question. i know that you have been doing laundry for 30 yrs. i have been repairing for 45 years. they did not have daugs then. so the problem was not there. yes overloading is the cause . but if it wont go into the spin cycle . that could be the lid switch.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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