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Brushes have gone can be trickey to do take the plug out then take the back off remove the belt and take off the moter once off look at the back side and there will be a spring with a wire on a tab take the wire off slide the tabe back and lift and the brush will come out try espares for repacements spin the moter when new brushes r fitted if it sounds noisy then u have put the brushes in the wrong way round

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Hi,
Would request you to please do the following steps to get the drum spinning again.
Switch off power, disconnect hoses, open pump housing to completely empty machine of water.
Turn the machine upside down onto a soft surface - e.g. a blanket on the floor, and carefully cut the cable tie holding the motor cable and splashguard to the motor body; disconnect the motor connector and earth spade to facilitate easy access to the more visible brush block. The brush spades disconnect easily, then the brushes are extracted by sliding each spade terminal inwards toward the motor spindle until the connector end is released from the block, then pull the other way to release the inward end - withdraw the spring/brush assemblies gently from the carriers. The brushes are clearly on either side of the motor spindle but see how they do not fit on a diameter of the motor axle but are inserted tangentially - the curve on the brush is polarised to take this into account - you want to have the wider carbon contact surface of the two fitting options possible. Reassembly is simple but make sure you do not reconnect the mains supply if any water has been spilled into the top of the machine... leave it for a day or so to dry out You can test the motor using the spin cycle before re-installing the machine properly.



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