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Motor will not start in slow agitate

When the machine goes into slow agitate mode motor clicks on and off rapidly. motor is fine in all other modes (fast agitate, spin) I cycled through the field service mode. no error codes appeared.

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I rewound electric motors in the past, in your case i don't know if its a armature motor it would have brushs. if it was if its without brushs, it would have two septrate windings one for spin, one for wash. the wash windings could be 'faulty',answer! try other motor! if you get one. let me know which motor it is Ire,Close. bye for now

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