Monday, June 27
Karma Chickens Redux
My computers have been working fine just lately, so I was waiting, and there, my washing machine (the new one) just blew up.
It doesn't turn on at all, so it's probably just the fuse. Do you think they provide any indication at all of where the fuse is or how to replace it?
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You can find a lot of info at repairclinic.com. For instance exploded pictures of washing machines you can hover a mouse over, and get explanations of different parts, and suggestions for possible repairs.
I don't think washing machines have fuses, but perhaps there's some overload-control that might need to be reset. I'm sure you are saavy enough to have tested the circuit it's plugged into...
Posted by: John Weidner at Monday, June 27 2005 06:16 PM (u8iRz)
Well, I hope it has a fuse, because otherwise it's broken. :(
At least it waited until I'd finished the washing before it went splut.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Monday, June 27 2005 10:47 PM (RbYVY)
The fuse is in the most inaccessable location on the machine. That's where it ALWAYS is.
Except when the fuse ISN'T the problem. Then it's right out front where it's easy to get to.
Posted by: Wonderduck at Tuesday, June 28 2005 01:17 AM (ds0+e)
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