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Crosley Washer has a burning smell

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01 - Rotor and Stator Kit
The stator is part of a direct drive motor that electrically drives the outer rotor. If the stator coils become wet or the coated wires on the coils short out, they can produce a burning smell. You can test the stator coils with a meter. If the stator is smoking, or smells burnt, it will need to be replaced.
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Washing Machine Rotor and Stator Kit
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02 - Main Control Board
The main control board provides power to the various components of the washer. If the control board receives a power surge, or a component fails, the control board can short-out causing a burning smell. Inspect the control board for burn marks. A burnt main control board will need to be replaced.
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Washing Machine Main Control Board
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03 - Motor Control Board
The motor control board sends power to the motor. If the motor shorts out or a power surge occurs components on the board can blow out causing a burning smell. Inspect the motor control board for burn marks and replace if necessary.
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Washing Machine Motor Control Board
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04 - Control Board
The control board provides power to the components of the washer. If the control board receives a power surge or a component fails, the control board can short out causing a burning smell. Inspect the control board for burn marks. If the control board is burnt, it will need to be replaced.
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Washing Machine Control Board
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05 - Belt Kit
Some washer models use two belts, one to run the transmission and one to run the water pump. If the belts become worn or burnt, they can be replaced together as a kit. A stuck water pump or transmission can create enough friction to cause the belt(s) to burn.
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Washing Machine Belt Kit
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06 - Drive Belt
If the drive belt is worn or frayed it can slip on the pulley causing friction and a burning smell. Also check the components the belt is turning to make sure they turn freely. A stuck water pump or idler pulley can create enough friction to cause the belt to burn.
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Washing Machine Drive Belt
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