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Why is my machine off during washing and drying

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By the picture and wearing those bracelets; you are asking for trouble!!You can get seriously hurt. Call a certified technician!!

Posted on Apr 23, 2021

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SOURCE: WD63 Drain during wash but not dry cycle

the chances are you water valve has gone the drying cycle requires water to convert steam back to water, or poss your condenser is blocked this cant be cleaned easily better to change I dont know how competent you are if you have a muti meter you could test the soleniod which should have a resistence of around 3800 ohms. the valve is a triple one and the one that serves the condenser is the one facing downwards, disconnect power,take back off, turn water suppy off,take the 2 leads off the bottom solaniod only ,put your meter on contacts make sure you have selected crrect range on meter ie:10mohms if 0000 solanid faulty.Change valve if reading says 3800 valve ok change condenser

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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Hi,


When my washer did that, I found that the shocks that hold the tub were bad...

Check out this tip I wrote about the noise and vibration that front load washers can make..

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Washer noise when spinning


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Posted on Dec 12, 2010

Dave

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SOURCE: The spin dry of the above mentioned washing machine spin dry not working properly cuts off what parts are required to fix this ?.

If a machine is out of balance when spinning it will shut down---there's an unbalance switch that controls this---also on some machines if not properly set level or feet not touching the floor causing the machine to rock---it will shut down---the remedy for that is to redistribute the clothes then is should resume spinning----another issue could be the timer----out of sequence or jumping ahead during that cycle---has the timer/control ever been wet as this will cause some issues---this is my thoughts on this--good luck

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