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Washer agitates but will not spin. Burning smell coming from motor

Starting wash cycle over

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The water pump could be stuck, or broken so the pulley on the pump is not spinning, while the belt is, which gives you the burning smell. Could also mean the motor is overheating giving you the burning smell. You will have to open the back and observe whats happening while its running. Just keep your hands clear while its working.

Posted on Feb 16, 2015

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