Question about Washing Machines
My washer will not rinse or spin. Once it hits the rinse cycle, it just stops but it sounds like the washer is still running. There's just this quiet buzzing noise. I removed the front cover to see if I could notice anything obvious, and when I started the cycle I saw some battery looking thing (reads 120V on it and it connects to a hose that I assume pumps the water from the tank) rattle like it was going into convulsions.
This was a sudden problem as I just used the washer last night to was two pillows. Could I have caused the damage to overload? What is my damage? What is wrong? And can I simply replace the part that will make my baby work again?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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