Question about Washing Machines
Alot of times the circuit breaker that operates this machine may be different than the previous owners so check the amperage of the circuit that it is on it may be too weak to run this machine each machine has a certain amperage that it calls for and if yours is not enough than this will be the result tripping breakers ect ect
Also somtimes this circuit may feed more than one thing so in this case i would try to plug it in in a different outlet via a extention cord to test and if it now works than you will know what the problem is ok
Hope this helps
Best regards Michael
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
Try the machine on a different power supply . or try a appliance that you know is ok on this power . if power ck's ok then look for a pinched or shorted wire caused by the move .. good luck hope this helps .. mm
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