Question about Washing Machines
Some machines do have fuses in them asko, bosch, etc. usually at the back in the right hand or left top. what make is it ? if fuses are present, you'll need to twist them out by quarter turns either with a small spade(flat) screw driver or the "fuse holder" will have grips to remove by hand. keep in mind, if they are blown fuses, it is a symptom of a greater problem, simply replacing the fuse may be futile. check the actual "fuse holder" and "hub" to insure they aren't "fatigued" causing resistence and fuses to blow.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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