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Ariston A1435 Washer starts a wash cycle but drum fails to rotate. In Spin Cycle it spins and worked OK, so i can get my cloths wet and spin them (ha) Any solution welome

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  • Anonymous Jun 25, 2008

    Yer same prob I think its the motor!

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Usually there are two windings for washers, One goes forward and one reverse, either one is bad OR: There is also a transmission in washers that when washing; they agitate the load when spinning; they, well spin! (ha) If it wont wash then there is either an internal component in the tranny bad or a solonoid that has gone out. Take the cover off and check to see if the belt is ok as well. Let us know :-)

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