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Troubleshooting and Repairing Major Appliances, 3rd Edition by Eric Kleinert

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18
CHAPTER
Top Load Automatic Washers
The automatic washer is a complex electromechanical machine, and Figure 18-1 is used as an example only. The actual construction and features of the washer you are servicing might vary, depending on brand and model. The automatic washer performs various cycles to clean clothes. There are times when a washer fails to operate properly. Don’t let its complexity intimidate you. This chapter will provide the basics needed to diagnose and repair the washing machine. On electronic models, you may need to have the service manual and the technical data sheet (located inside the control panel) present to perform the diagnostic test/service modes.
FIGURE 18-1 A typical top load automatic washer.
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