Question about Washing Machines
Ok...here's what happened: I loaded my washer, made sure to evenly distrubute the clothes (since it has a tendency to shake really hard when it's on spin cycle if weight isn't distributed properly). Well about 20 minutes later I heard that load banging/shaking noise so I ran to check. I re-distributed the clothes and turned it back on and it started shaking again and then I heard a kind of bang and stopped. I tried to run the wash cycle from beging and it stops once it gets to the rinse cycle. I then turned it to the rinse cycle and it begin to fill with water..nothing else. What broke and can it be fixed without the help of a repairman? Will it cost a lot to rapair or am I better off buying a new washer?
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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Not draining or spinning os usually a sign of a bad lid switch can oyu hear hte lid "click" just before it closes??? try a few times you should hear the click if not you have a bad lid switch
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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