My wife put too many towels into the washer and didn't realize the setting was on the smallest load. At the beginning of the rinse cycle, there were a clicks and then nothing. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Look around at outlets that are close by and make sure you didn't trip one of your GFCI breakers or plug in something to the same outlet and make sure you have power at the outlet where the washer is plugged into.
Hi, When you are putting the heavy clothes (towels robes) the sleeves of the towels will come out easily and get stuck in between the drain out valve so it will not sent the water out properly please avoid heavy clothes(towels robes) try to give a normal load
We just had that same problem last week. My husband took off the back of the washer and at the bottom you will see a shock absorber on each side. One side of ours was broken. $35.00 later for the parts (you get two in a package) and the tub is sturdy once again. Husband said it was fairly easy to do. Hope this helps!
i have a kenmore 70 series washer model 10020722990
it will fill with water but will not wash. if you put it on spin the water will drain but it will not spin. it sounds like the motor turning. is it a clutch that has broken.