Question about Washing Machines
Posted by Anonymous on
What is the brand, model of your machine? I had a wire pass through years ago which didn't stop my machine but did 'swoosh" on the barrel until it settled down flat where it caused no further problem. I have just opened my machine, 6 yrs later and the wire was still sitting harmlessly in the bottom. Early on, a repair guy said it is too costly to open a machine unless it is actually jammed.. I would give the barrel a good spin by hand in both directions, to try to move the wire. If this doesn't help, the model and brand of machine will help you get better advice. Some machines have different access points..
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