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Motor wont spin

Hi how are you i have a hoover AAA140 washing machine. it was working fine till yesterday. it carries out all the procedures but it wont spin.when its on spin it makes noise but it wont spin.i have opened it from the back and the motor is not turning at all.when i switch it off and tried turning it with my hand it turns. please help king regards

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Whats makes the noise on spin if motor not turning at all.. i kinda confused... I Would check lid switch and see if maybe that might be the problem.. havnt had a lot of experince with hover but most washers have lid switchs to prevent spinning when lida opened

Posted on Sep 02, 2007

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