My washing machine stopped with 2 minutes left on the wash cycle. It made no noise or motion on any cycle. I unplugged it and removed a few of the clothes. When I turned it back on, it hummed for a few seconds and I smelled a faint burning smell. Now I can not get it to make any noise or motion whatsoever. Do you have any suggestions?
It seems like the engine of the washing machine has burned out. If you are still in your warrenty period (and you used the machine conform operating instructions) you can contact the store you bought it from and ask for a replacement or repair. Otherwise you'll have to ask a repair man to come but these can be quite expensive.
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If the poly-vee drive belt in your washing machine has snapped, the motor will no longer be able to turn the drum. The drive belt is an important component of any washing machine as it drives the motion of the unit where the clothes are washed and spun. If your washing machine is making a loud noise or no longer spins, then the belt is probably worn or damaged.
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