i have no spin dry cycle motor turns slowly on g setting
motor brushes are fine no burning smell so winding should be ok although i don't know which terminals to test on because all wires to motor are red
any advice please hoover logic 1200 washing machine
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Re: no spin dry
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean. There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it. Snaking out your standpipe would be good too.
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well, The transmission hears turns 2 ways. One way to wash (which causing the agitator turn) and the other to spin. The motor also turns 2 way. If you say it washes fine and in spin cycle is where you get burning smell, maybe of many things: Bad transmission locking up motor causing the burning smell. Possible bad motor trying to start (bad start winding or capacitor). Maybe something simple as something getting stuck in between outer tub and inner basket. Something you can do to check the motor mechanically is disconnect the belt from the transmission pulley and put the time on spin cycle. If the motor shaft/pulley spins on start up then the next thing to look into is the transmission or something catching it from spinning. Check the inside of the washer, if the basket is the type with small holes, make sure there is nothing stuck in any of the whole. Iv seen small screws getting lodged in there and preventing the basket from spinning. You can start by doing simple checks like this to start narrowing down things. Open the front panel form the washer and see if you have access to the belt, if not then you have to tilt the unit to get under it. if you have money and dont want to bother dealing with the unit then replace it. But i like investigating things first. go with whirl pool if you replace it. let me know if what you find if you do make these checks.
As you don't give the model, I can just give a generic reply.
Most front loaders are belt driven, and some top loaders are.
I think the main thing to look at first is the connection of the drive motor to the tub. If this is a belt - replace it and check the tensioner.
If it is a top loader using a gearbox, then the motor is likely to need either brushes or a new capacitor. Both items should be checked - so -
Belt ok? - Y= go to next question / N = Replace belt
Brushes ok Y= go to next question / N =Replace
Replace Motor Run Capacitor.
if you have a rubber smell that means that the belt is burning through. Several problems can be the case.
1 bearing of the drum ( check if it turns freely if so the bearing is ok)\
2 the belt is worn and need to be replaced.
3 carbon brushes in motor are worn
4 bearing in motor is gone
open the backside of the machine and check belt.
think that is your problem
test the machine empty without clothes in it, if all is well then i think your problem may be the motor carbons, take them off and check for damage, make sure one of them has not spit down the middle, also look at the armature for signs of sparking,a worn armature or carbons will work fine at slow speeds
you haven't mentioned the carbons, its trying to spin so may not be the pcb