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CluelessCloob

Crosley CW20P6AC washer won't run, just buzzes

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CluelessCloob

Disclaimer: We're in a rental with a slightly kooky landlord so I probably shouldn't open this thing up in case he notices. He's overseas and unreachable for the next year and a half so thought I'd try here as my Mom would really like to wash our sheets before we move out 😂

This is the second time the machine has done this, the landlord fixed it last time in around ten minutes but I didn't get to ask what he'd done as I was at school.

Trying to start the machine results in a horrendous electrical sounding buzz from the back of the washer. The electrical outlet for it is shared with the (still working) dryer which appears to be the same age. I tried switching plugs but got the same buzz. I've also reset the breaker to no avail.

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MrApplianceMatt
Posted (edited)

Does it fill with water? What do you mean when you say back of the washer? The buzzing sound could be coming from a faulty water inlet valve as they are just electromagnetic solenoids mounted to the inside of the rear wall on the right hand side.

Edited by MrApplianceMatt

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