Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
Actually, dont be in a rush to replace the motor. Check the heating element. 90% of the time its that. Motor is very rarely the problem. Disconnect the 2 element terminals and let machine run for a reasonable time. If no tripping out takes place, it confirms the element is faulty.Im assuming you have the front loader. The top loaders have there own issues.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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wires out of plug and the wire from the connecter box of machine. With multi
tester test earth to live and earth to neutral. If there is a short circuit it
will show on which wire it is. Next disconnect live and neutral wires from
motor and run test on all wires. If no short the motor is faulty and test the
motor connectors. If the short is not found the motor is not the problem but
the control system. Disconnect all wires from controls and test everything
isolated and individually.
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