I have an Admiral LNC6760B71 model and it just quit working (lost power). We checked the breaker and it was tripped so we fixed that and also plugged it into a different outlet just to be sure, but still...
A leading cause of that is the drain pump has seazed up.When it has seazed up the motor still trys to turn it but is having a real rough time,so it trys even hard to the point the motor overheats due to drawing excessive amprage where it ultimatly trips the circuit breaker.By getting to the back of washer if able and removing the small panel on right side and removing the clips that hold drain hose up to top of cabinet,the drain hose could be pulled through that small panel and holding it a low point the water in washer will drain by gravity, use a couple of buckets to catch water. After water is drained reinstall drain hose to where it normally goes,the washer could be tipped up so the control panel is resting on the wall, the drain pump will be on the right side,you could turn the pulley by hand and see if it turns easily,if any resistiiance or if the pulley doesn't turn at all,the pump& possible based on the condition of it the belt will need to be replaced.
I hope my answer will help you to resolve your washer trouble,
Aug 05, 2011 |
Admiral Washing Machines