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Bosch washer (Nexxt series 500 plus) wont spin


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#1 northcaver

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Posted 06 May 2012 - 08:14 PM

I bought a used Bosch Nexxt 500 plus, and it ran really great for a couple of months, then it would occasionally not spin out the load which I thought was due to no having the load not properly balanced, Then it just quit spinning at all,. The wash will cycle through the entire cycle, it will physically agitate during the first phase of the wash, then pump out the water and then go through the rinse cycle but without the drum moving..
While it is in the "spin" portion of the cycle the pump can be heard pumping out the water, but no physical movement of the drum at all, no smell of rubber burning etc.
Bad wire harness???

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 07:09 AM

Is it actually pumping all the water out, the tub is empty?

Also, need the model number of this machine.




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