Question about Washing Machines
It drains and the pump and drains are clean. The belt is still in good shape and motor/drum will spin freely by hand. The shocks look fine. There is clicking as the timer advances but the motor does not move at all. Have not performed diagnostic test since I dont have a tester. I did find the tech sheet though but will admit to feeling a little over my head when i read it. Are there any other ways to narrow down the potential problems?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you need to check thoroughly are the belt & the 2 shocks (dampers). The dampers should be replaced & fitted tightly, broader ends fitted below.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
Remove the back panel of the machine and operate it to check that the drive belts are being engaged to drive the drum. Observe the operation from a safe distance when you have the back off as there are live terminals within reach and you could be severely shocked if you come into contact with any one of them. Unplug the machine again before checking anything withing the workings.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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