Washing machine started making noise in spin cycle and then there were fumes
It happened in the spin cycle. My washing machine suddenly started making noise.I stopped it soon after.
Then I saw fumes coming out from the detergent section, and when I opened the door , there were more fumes smelling like burning rubber.
What could have gone wrong and how much would the same cost :(
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you will most probably find that the inside of the belt that runs on the pulley has been breaking away bit by bit and if the pulley stops where there is a bit missing it may not turn when the pulley starts to turn.
Just a thought as it has happened to me a few times
The odor is most probably burning rubber as the pulley spins on the belt
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