Question about Washing Machines
If you look you will find that when the machine is supposed to spin that is the spin bowl turn. Instead of the spin bowl turning, the agitator is turning and so BALLING the clothes. So......it is most likely a *** designed machine so it has a brake arm and pawl, operated by a small motor or a solenoid. This motor or solenoid is most likely not pulling the brake lever and releasing it to allow spin action. So check the release of the brake. Tony the technician down under....
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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