Question about Washing Machines
is a safety feature of every front-loading machine not to advance to
the high speed 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 commonly the door lock and switch assembly is the problem and replacing
it is the only viable solution.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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