Question about Washing Machines
Hi sapperstein, based on your story, it could be a gear or brake problem. if you can figure out where the lid switch is , then you can stick a screwdriver there and open up the lid so that you can actually watch the drum spin. with out that screw driver, the spin action would stop as you open the lid. be carefull on the drum because they do spin fast. if you noticed that the drum does not spin well, check the gear case under neath the unit and see if you can notice oil slipping underneath that makes the shaft slide to the brake drum. if that's the case, you have to remove the whole drum in order to get to the shaft where the brakes are located. it also uses a pad that catches the brake drum in order to spin it so if there is oil there what could you expect... a slipping drum. sometimes it would work and sometimes not. i hope i did help you..tnx...
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
There might be clothing stuck around the otside of where you put your clothes to wash them
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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