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Member Since 29 Apr 2007
Offline Last Active Aug 17 2014 07:00 PM

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WWX645RBS1 washer fills but then stopped

17 August 2014 - 12:07 AM

I started a wash load this morning(basement flooded earlier in the week).  It seemed to be working fine, but then stopped after filling.  I eventually realized that it tripped the breaker on the power strip(I wasn't near it when it stopped).  So I reset the strip, and tried the washer again.  All it does is 'buzz'(not like an actual buzzer, but similar).  It won't do anything but that on any setting on the dial.  Help!




Roper RGL4434AW0 dryer won't start

17 August 2014 - 12:01 AM

We had some VERY heavy rain Monday night, and my basement ended up with 8 inches of water in it.  It drained out Tuesday morning.  I noticed the timer on my dryer was running, so I unplugged the dryer.  I plugged it back in and tried it yesterday, and it doesn't even start up.  Any suggestions on how to get this thing running again?  I'll post a separate topic about my washer...




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