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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: washing machine repair
without knowing the make there are 3 parts that could be at fault 1)has the motor got carbon brushes these u will find by looking for a wire going to each sides off the motor which go into a plastic covering that surrounds the carbons if these are lower than8ml in length than they need replacing if these r ok than2)its your motor if the motor does not have carbon brushes then the washer will have a module which tells the motor how much power to use its about 4in in length 2in in heigth and will be a circuit board let me know what make it is m8
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
Water draining is indicative that the drain valve is left open allowing water to escape even during regular/wash cycle and not only on drain/wash cycle completion. this could be brought about by:
1. laundry material, debris, safety pin, clips or some other foreign material has lodged itself prohibiting the drain valve in closing properly; or
2. the mechanism (solenoid) closing the valve is jammed in the open position.
Corrective measure calls for inspection and possibly cleaning or solenoid/control mechanism repair or replacement. Often these can be found at the bottom or near bottom of the machine below the tub.
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Posted on Jun 21, 2008
your timer is most likely bad
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: will not complete cycle
Your "cycle selection switch" is probably the timer motor. If tapping it lightlly gets it going again it will probably need replaced. It could be a loose connection but I would need to know the model number to tell how to get into the inside of the control panel to look. If you do get adventurous, be sure to unplug the washer before taking the panel apart.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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