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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by spayce, Jan 20, 2005.

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  1. spayce

    spayce Guest

    i replaced both the motor and capacitor. thanks mik
     
  2. NSM

    NSM Guest

    | > Did you replace the capacitor or the motor?

    | i replaced both the motor and capacitor. thanks mike

    Then it's something else. You really need skills at this point.

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  3. Something doesn't make sense. How many wires go to the motor?

    A diagram would be nice.

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  4. NSM

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    | Something doesn't make sense. How many wires go to the motor?
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    | A diagram would be nice.

    I wonder if it's a cap run motor (PSC) that reverses?

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  5. James Sweet

    James Sweet Guest


    There's only 2 or 3 common designs of conventional top-loading washing
    machines, most even have a schematic inside. When I got mine the timer had
    some burned contacts that was causing the motor to not start.
     
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