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It means that there is an excessive draw of current to the washer. Could be motor, but could also be components that are driven by the motor that are malfunctioning, like the transmission,idler pulleys, pumps,etc.. It may also be other components of the washers electrical system. Better to have each component checked by a qualified technician if you are not sure.
well you right in saying "its triping the braker off" thats what it is doing,,
there is a problem with the washer motor,,its pulling far to many amps so its a fulty motor,,,and it will just keep triping the trip out,,,
its a good job you have trips,,the motor could have gone up in smoke
HI. Check and see if you might have tripped the breaker. If there is a ground fault outlet close by. check that as well. It sounds like you bypassed it properly. Try and reconnect the wires with the wire nut. Sometimes it doesn't connect properly. I hope this helps you. Please let me know if I can assist you further.