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The machine fills and ampties but will not spin. The drum stays put, only a faint ticking sound

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  • Andy Hi-Fi May 11, 2010

    Sounds like the drive belt has slipped off or snapped.



    You will have to get somebody to remove the rear panel for you & check the belt first of all.

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The motor was the problem.
It had burned and needed to be replaced, so i dumped the machine and replaced it with a new one.

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