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 Posted: Sat Oct 8th, 2005 06:38 pm
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Hey all,

My washer recently went south on me. It does fill with water but will not agitate, spin or drain. The lid switch appears to be working because I hear it click when I depress it and also I hear the timer switch start buzzing (with ear next to it). I hear nothing from the motor at all. The timer switch does work and continues moving through the cycles but nothing works except for the filling of the basket with water. I have spent about an hour on here looking for a resolution to this exact problem but was unable to find one for all the above issues.

Any help much appreciated,

Thanks,

B

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Start troubleshooting right at the problem; jump right down to the motor and see if you're getting voltage.  This page will show you how to open the washer.  Be sure to check the integrity of all the wires at the motor wire harness, especially the white wire-- I've seen this one corrode and break more than once.



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You were right. It was the wiring harness at the motor. Works like a champ now. Thanks for your help!

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Cool! Thanks for letting us know whatcha found. :dude:



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