Recently moved and the movers were rough on the machine getting it out of it's nook.
was on it's side for a bit.
Back tot he problem.
The machine has a light humming/buzzing sound when it is turned on.
The cycle does not begin.
When the dial is turned to spin the machine spins, but as I said before the machine does not fill with water.
I checked to see that the faucet was turned on propperly.
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Carmen, Your belt is either twisted or is not down in the groove in the hand wheel or in the pulley that is on the end of your motor. Use a flashlight to look at the end of your motor (under your table). That is a common problem. Once you think it is probably on both the hand wheel and the pulley, start turning the hand wheel towards you about 10 times. Sometimes that helps it settle in. When this happens, the hinges sometimes get crooked and you will need to try to straighten them by jiggling the head of the sewing machine until it settles in. Good luck.
May be low on hydraulic Oil.
Theres also a nut that releases the hydro pressure make sure it is not loose. Make sure there are no leaks. And make sure on the back of the mover that the hydro release is not pulled. If there are no issues then there is a issue with the hydro pump and yes the repair is costly. A replacement pump is roughly $250-300 dollars.
During the spin cycle if your cloths are too heavy on one side you will get this problem, reposition the cloths and it should cure the problem, at least thats what I do when my machine gets to shaking.
You should be able to take the top trim caps off the door hinges, loosen the hinge screws a little, and move the door(s) away from the center of the refrig, then re-tighten the hinge screws to get the doors to stop hitting each other. You may want to check the bottom hinge(s) for the hight. The bottom hinges and the bottom of the doors have matching plastic "ramped" washers, which raise the door as it is opened, which help them to self close. If one of those is broken, the hight will be off.
suspect what ge call a mode shifter pull front panel off by sliding putty knife along edge at each side and pressing clips front comes right off look on motor for a flashing green light (washer must be in operation) there are 2 wires in a single plug on motor these run back to transmission area with a volt/ohm meyer unplug and ck between the wires for continuity should be roughly 90 ohms if bad will not show any continuity