Question about Washing Machines
Remove motor from bosh wff1201
Posted by Anonymous on
Most washing machine motors have no brushes. They are induction motors. And they are made so cheaply that they are welded together hence they cannot have the bearings or many other parts worked on. They may have a centrifugal switch that can be rebuilt or replaced.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you seem to know what your doing. yes you do have to remove the motor in order to remove those carbon brushes, while your at it, you can also adjust the screwing/bearings of the bolts to hinder the machine from moving a lot.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
The worn out brush could certainley cause the trip to operate.
The best way to remove motor is to lay washer on it's side, and undo the 2 screws that hold the motor in place, then lever back off the mounts.
Remove the rear cover first and drive belt.
Hope this is if some help to you .
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Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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