Question about Washing Machines
I called a repairman. Problem was a broken wire going to the motor. This machine has a timer and you guy insisted that it had a control board. I almost bought a timer for $100, but cancelled and called a repairman. As it turned out, I paid $139 in total and didn't have to do the work. I will call this repairman from now on.
I gave it a shot, but having worked on these things for 25+ years, I just don't see how you can do that on the phone from a remote location. I wasted $9.95, but it was my decision to spend it. I won't again.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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