Question about Washing Machines
There's a good chance that it's something as simple as the drive belt having come off.
Disconnect the power and pull the machine away from the wall a bit then tip it back a little (judge "a bit" and "a little" so the top of the machine leans against the wall without risk of it falling in either direction) and have a little peek underneath without putting your head in harm's way.
If the belt is off, you're best to replace it with a new one. Prop the front of the machine up with something secure before you try to manhandle the new belt into position.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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