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#1 Mad Mac

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Posted 27 August 2014 - 11:48 PM

Not mine, I hasten to add. It's my personal trainer's Mother's. Oh, the dear soul.....

 

Here's what she tells me:

 

There were no codes displayed.
It remained in the soak cycle for a long time.
Appeared not to spin.
Initially rearranged the load before restarting and it continued as before. It was making a whirring notice like it was going to spin. I tried other cycles same thing.
 I let the machine sit for about 10 or 15 minutes. put it on the rinse & spin cycle;  it started to fill; sounded fine for about several minutes then did the same as with the other cycles.
 
It's been a long time since I saw one of these, although a read of the "Job Aid" book has refreshed the memory somewhat as to just what junk they were. Any thoughts from those more up to date than myself?

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Posted Today, 12:10 AM

Some further info: It stays in the "soak" cycle forever. Apparently, the cycle is 16 minutes per the "Job Aid", but it's going on somewhat longer than that.


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