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Water in Drum...No Longer Working

A pipe burst in my basement and filled the drum with about 4 inches of water.  The machine makes a noise when I attempt to start it, but it won't turn on.  How expensive is this going to be?  Is there anything short of a new dryer or big bucks to fix it that I can do?

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I suspect that the motor has seized with the ingress of water, and will probably require new one fitting
Likely to be expensive. You should not really be trying to use it if it has had water in it until you have it checked for electrical safety.
Does not your household insurance cover you for burst water pipes and the resulting damage caused by this event?
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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