Question about Washing Machines
I have a washer that worked fine and had no problems until I washed a set of pillows. The washing machine quit working and remained filled with water. The machine will not spin to remove the water. Is there a reset button or some type of switch that needs to be repaired or replaced? Is so where is it located and how do I access it? I do not have a service manual.
Lid switch proably bad look on your lid will see a plastic piece sticking down that goes into a slot in the waser body the switch is in there should be up aginst the washer body so that peice can push it down its grey or white if its not horizontil you might be able to take a pencel push down on that switch put the washer on spin and drain it then get back to me by replying if it works for repair
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
Same exact thing happened to me. Worked perfect. just remonve the two screws an pull the switch out. I saw right away mine was broken. I jammed a piece of pencil in it to hold the switch in the "closed" position. I was about to go buy a new washer!!!!! Thanks!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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