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  1. Hi everyone. Can someone help me wire this motor? Cheers!
  2. My son has a Beko wm6110 washing machine. The seal around the door split, so he fitted a replacement seal. During this, a part dropped from the on/off switch, which seemed to vanish into the ether... He has bought and fitted another on/off switch, but since fitting this, the fuse in the "socket" (it's hard-wired into it's own box on the wall, with a switch above the work-top) keeps blowing. He suspects the switch may be wired up wrongly, as nothing else has been disturbed. With the mains power off at the circuit breaker on the mains distribution board, he changed the 13A fuse in the "socket" box. When resetting the circuit breaker, and switch on at the wall switch, the fuse blows immediately. Can't find anything in the FAQ section, so can anybody tell me (& him) how to wire up the on/off switch, which colour wires go to which terminal on the switch, or if it could be anything else? Picture below is of the part that dropped and vanished - haribo gummy ring for scale -, link is to the replacement switch... Thanks
  3. The belt came off my WD64 and this took out the wiring around the mains filter that managed to wrap the Green/Brown wire off the mains filter around the pulley. The next bit is all my fault because I made an assumption and didn't look properly in poor light. The other end of the wire had been pulled off the mains push button switch and I had to remove the timer to find it, in doing so I assumed the plastic plugs connected to the timer will only fit in their respective places so I didn't notice that the top two blue plugs are interchangeable. One blue plug has all white wires to it and the other has all black wires. There was a big flash/bang when I turned on the machine as two tracks on the timer evaporated, fortunately I have another timer. Can anyone help?
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