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 Posted: Sat Apr 2nd, 2005 11:40 pm
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My Washer would not engage the spin cycle one day and you could smell something burning. I let it sit for a while and it has been working  since but seems to vibrate alot during spin cycle and seems to not be spinning as fast as before. It says it has a 2 speed motor. Is it possible my high speed on spin cycle burnt and if so how can I fix?

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Front loader or top loader?  And post your model number.

 



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ive had a few of the top loader frigidaire stacked sets where the motor start switch would stick in the run position.  if its a top loader you will need to catch it while it is failing and check the switch. as for the slow spin problem you need to check voltage at the motor.



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thank you, will check it out - it is a top loader

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