Question about Washing Machines
It is a safety feature of every front-loading machine not to advance to the spin cycle unless the door lock switch is activated and the door is locked. A front -loading machine spinning slowly is a symptom of a malfunctioning door lock and switch assembly. Check to make sure that the door lock and switch assembly connections are all good. But it is usually the door lock and switch assembly is the problem and repalcing it is the only viable solution.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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Hello serratosal - Based on the symptoms you are describing, you may have a broken belt or a faulty control board. Often when the belt is damaged, the unit will try to spin but it causes it to burn and eventually blow the control board. I would suggest contacting an experienced service technician to determine the root cause to reduce the risk of unnecessary parts.
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