Question about Washing Machines
Do you have small children? Sometimes a baby sock gets past the filter and becomes clogged in the small spinner that allows the suction to begin to drain the tank. I had this issue twice in the past. I had to unplug the device and take off the front cover. My washer at the time had the spinner located in the bottom of the drum on the front side gladly, and I dissasembled it. Lo and behold, a tiny white sock was in there (with some loose change). Once I removed it, and re-assembled it, it worked fine. Cost? nothing. I called a repair person to ask about it in general, and they told me about 50.00 to just come out, not counting labor. Check for small items/socks etc...
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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