Question about Washing Machines
I assume "trips the sockets out" means that the fuse or circuit breaker that supplies the power to the washer opens or moves to the "trip" position. I'll also assume it worked fine while plugged into this outlet before, too.
This indicates a "direct short circuit" or a very low resistance short circuit, and is potentially dangerous to people and property. Do NOT attempt to reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse to try it again. This appliance requires a professional repairman to locate and repair the problem before you should attempt to use it again.
Be safe & good luck!
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