Question about Washing Machines
You will first have to remove the top panel where the switch is housed. To do that, you will have to unfasten the screws that keep it in place. Once the panel has been removed, you will then have to first examine the design with which the switch is set in place. If it is simply screwed to the body, you can unwind the screws and take it out. If it is held in place with holders, you will have to exert a bit of pressure and then pull it out. After you have removed the switch, see back of it where the wires are connected to analyze the fault and then repair it. Please make sure that the machine is not connected to the electrical power supply.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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