Long ago I had a Whirlpool washer which did this: When the load was
unbalanced sufficiently, it would stop spinning and not work anymore.
I had to go underneath it and plug in a connector that was pulled out
when the basket moved too far in one direction.
I could have untied the wires so they were free to move with the
basket, but I thought it might have been done almost? on purpose, as a
safety measure. What do you think?
What would happen if a very unbalanced load spun wildly? My next
door neighbor's wife said it made him turn green and outgrow his
shirts. I don't want that to happen to me. So is it a bad idea to
free up the wires so they can follow the basket where it goes?