Question about Washing Machines
I do appreciate your response to my dilemma. I used a process of elimination. I prayed and then eliminated all thoughts of not being able to solve the problem.
I then read as many blogs that i could get my hands on and started with what seemed to be the simplest task first. After taking the lid switch out of the machine I noticed that it was in three separate pieces and the spring fell out- viola, viola!!!
I also noticed that the plastic casing which was used to hold everything together had a few broken teats on it. So i put it all back together as best i could and taped it up with some brown packaging tape and a few garbage ties and there you have it. It works like a champ.
Thanxs for everything especially the inspiration.
PS:Necessity is still the mother of all inventions. When all else fails Prayer still Prevails.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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