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I have the same problem. Do you have a manual for this washing machine/dryer (HOOVER HNWL 6136)? I looked everywhere for a manual and I couldnt find one. If you can email it to email@example.com it will he much appreciated.
Most probably the solonoid (also called brake motor). This is a 5 rpm motor that activates the drum to spin. I just replaced it two days back in my machine (Model 500M0AUS - you'll have to be specific when ordering or better take the old one to the spare part shop) which had a similar problem. The new soloniod I bought had a shorter cable length so I had to improvised when fitting. If soloniod is the problem then make wure the steel brake lever tooth fits perfectly in axle groove when you finish replaceing it. Do the replacement when the machine has fully stopped after completing its wash cycle. Repair technician quoted 250 while the solonid costed me only 86. I did not charge labour to myself:) Hope this is helpful.
Hi. In you browser box type in Hoover user manual. Then scroll down to Hoover after sales service instruction manuals.. Click on this, and then on Laundry.then on Waher -dryers, follow instructions You will find your model listed there,. Please leave good feedback. Thanks