Question about Washing Machines
The washer not going into spin cycle is due to a faulty Door lock switch/assembly. When the washer is not able to receive a signal that door is locked, it doesn't enter the Spin mode. If the door switch is faulty or if the door switch the wiring is bad the washer will not enter the spin mode. To resolve this issue you'll need to check the door switch wiring. In case wiring seems to be fine you'll need to replace the door lock switch/assembly. Hope this helps... Please post back with make & model# of your washer if you need more information.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
You did not mention the type washer you are having the concern with.. If it is a Top load washer their is a 99% chance that it has a bad lid switch which is easy to replace, If you have a FRONT LOAD WASHER you have a issue with the motor control board which will require more diagnostics to prevent you from buying parts that are not needed... Hope this Helps
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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