Question about Washing Machines
These are very easy and quick to replace, just remove the top, and there are 2 Philips screws retaining each one. The terminals are just standard spade push fit. See the one on the right. To test these with a meter, REMOVE POWER FIRST, PULL OFF SPADE CONNECTORS. This one had gone open circuit, but they can short to the metal body, which will be earthed, and will continue to blow the plug fuse or breaker, unless the wires are disconnected. Normal reading for a 1000 WATT example is 50 to 55 OHMS across the spade terminals. After you disconnect and tape up the removed spade connectors, the machine should function on WASH CYCLES ONLY until you get your spare. Let us know if you were looking for something more else please accept the suggestion.
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