Question about Washing Machines
Throw that piece of **** and tha trash and get a new one duhh....
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
You've actually posted onto the WASHING MACHINE forum which makes obtaining an answer a bit difficult for you ;-0)
Having said that-
1) If you haven't done already you need to ask yourself 'why has the fuse blown in the first place' unless you know the reason!
2) Do you not have a handbook? If not I suggest, as we do for people without manuals for washing machines, that you use your search engine and type in 'make model manual' and with a bit of luck you might be able to obtain one ;-0)
3) Find the fuse boxes (bound to be more than one, in the passengers foot-well (?), under the bonnet/hood (?) ) and see which fuse one has blown!
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