Question about Washing Machines
Check that the drum is free to move - by rotaiing it by hand. If it rotates very freely - it is likely you need a new drive belt. If the drum is very stiff - and won't move, it is possibly a faulty rear bearing. If both these checks are not the problem, it could be a motor or control board fault. It can be a cheap set of brushes needed for the motor - or a new control board.
It really needs investigation to identify which part is needed before replaements are ordered.
Turn off and unplug before investigating further.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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