Connecting the motor from the washing machine to 220 volts, how to connect and start the motor?
The electric motor is often called almost the heart, which is installed in household appliances. And this is not in vain, because it is thanks to the electric motor that the drum installed in the washing machine rotates. Many people doubt whether it is possible to connect the engine from the washing machine to another device with their own hands?
The electric motor from a broken washing machine
How to connect a three-phase asynchronous electric motor?
Each of these motors is designed, as a rule, for 2 mains voltages: 220 V, 220 and 127 V, etc.
There are two connection schemes for it: you can connect the electric motor from the washing machine with a “triangle” (220V) and a “star” (380V). By reconnecting the windings, they achieve a change in the value of one voltage to another.
If the electric motor has jumpers and a block with six terminals, you need to change the position of the jumpers.
With any connection scheme, the direction of the windings must coincide with the direction of the windings. The zero point for the “star” can be both the beginning of the winding and the end, in contrast to the “triangle”, where they are connected only in series. In other words, the end of the previous one with the beginning of the next.
The motor can also operate in a single-phase network, but not with full efficiency. For this, non-polar capacitors are used. With capacitors installed in the network, the maximum power will not exceed 70%.
: How to connect a motor from an old washing machine with or without a capacitor
Pros of induction motors for washing machines
The drum motor is the heart of the washing machine. The drive in the very first versions of the machines were belts that rotate a container with laundry.
But, today the asynchronous unit, which converts electricity into mechanical energy, has been significantly improved.
often in the circuits of washing machines there are asynchronous electric motors consisting of a stator that does not move and serves simultaneously as a magnetic circuit and a supporting structure, and a moving rotor that rotates the drum. An asynchronous motor works due to the interaction of magnetic alternating fields of these nodes.
Asynchronous motors are divided into two-phase, rare, and three-phase.
The pluses of asynchronous aggregates include:
- uncomplicated design;
- easy maintenance by replacing worn bearings and
- periodic lubrication of the electric motor;
- silent work;
- relative cheapness.
- Of course, there are also disadvantages:
- low efficiency;
- big sizes;
- low power.
Such motors, as a rule, are installed on inexpensive models.
Connecting an electric motor from a new washing machine
If you look at the terminal block with wires in the front, then usually the first two left wires are the wires of the tachometer, thanks to which the rotation speed of the washing machine motor is measured and controlled. We don’t need them. crossed out with a cross.
In different models of washing machines, the wires differ in color, but the connection principle remains the same. You just need to find the required wires by ringing them with a multimeter.
A working tachogenerator in a quiet state usually has a resistance of 50-100 ohms. You will immediately find these wires and disconnect them.
If you need to change the engine speed in the opposite direction, just drag the jumper to the other pins. Look at the diagrams, how it looks.
Two contacts go through the brushes to the rotor windings, and the other two contacts go to the stator winding. The remaining contacts are a sensor for measuring the speed of rotation of the motor.
The rotor and stator windings are connected in series and by changing the ends of one of the windings, you change the direction of rotation.
Without an electronic governor, the engine will accelerate to several thousand revolutions per minute (as at maximum spin).
The main thing is to connect strictly in accordance with the wire connection diagram.
The wires (2 white) are not needed to connect. the engine speed meter. Others. red wire and brown (3 and 4) going to the stator, as well as gray and green (1 and 2) going to the brushes, as can be seen from the connection diagram and must be connected correctly.
In the motor connection diagram, the stator windings are connected in series.
220V is connected to the red winding wire, as indicated in the connection diagram. One brush is connected to the end of the next winding.
The other, as required by the connection diagram, is connected to 220 V. The engine is ready for operation, but it turns in one direction. To turn it on in the opposite direction, you need to swap the brushes.
Motor connection diagram in an old washing machine
Everything is more serious here. You need to find 2 pairs of leads that match each other using a multimeter (toaster). To do this, fix the device on any of the terminals and look for a pair using a probe. The two remaining pins will be the second pair automatically.
Now they determine the location of the working and starting windings by measuring the resistance. The starting (PO), which creates the starting torque, is found by the higher resistance. A disturbance winding (RW) creates a magnetic field.
For proper operation, you need a speed controller
The washing machine motor is characterized by a fairly high rotation speed, so it is advisable to make a special regulator so that the hammer motor works in different speed modes without overheating. For this purpose, you can use a conventional light intensity relay, but slightly modified.
It is necessary to remove the triac from the “washing machine” together with the radiator. the so-called semiconductor device (in the control of electrons, it functions as a controlled switch). Then it is necessary to solder this device into the relay microcircuit, replacing the parts with low power. If you do not know all the nuances of this procedure, it is better to ask for the help of a specialist (electronics or computer technician).
There are times when the engine does new work without the help of the speed controller.
Varieties of engines from washers
Asynchronous. It can only be removed together with the condenser, which are completely different for each model of the washing machine. It is not recommended to break the connection of such a motor with a battery if its case is sealed and formed of various metal or plastic.
Attention! The asynchronous motor must only be removed from the washing machine when the capacitor is completely discharged, as this can avoid electric shock.
Low-voltage motor of the collector type. It is characterized by the presence of regular magnets on the stator, which are alternately connected to a constant voltage current. On the body of such a motor there is a sticker on which the figure of the maximum allowable voltage is placed. Electronic engine.
This type of device must be disconnected only together with an electronic power supply unit (ECU); a sticker with the value of the maximum allowable connection voltage is placed on its body. Pay attention to the polarity, because motors with this operating principle do not have the required reverse.
Modern washing machine
When connecting the engine of a modern washing device to a 220V network, it is necessary to take into account its main features:
- it works without a starting winding;
- the motor does not need a starting capacitor to start.
To start the engine, the wire leading from it must be connected to the network in a certain way. Below are the connection diagrams of the collector and brushless electric motors.
First of all, define the “scope of work” by excluding the contacts that come from the tachogenerator and do not participate in the connection. They are recognized by a tester operating in ohmmeter mode.
After fixing the tool on one of the contacts, find the output paired to it with the other probe. The resistance value of the tachogenerator wires is about 70 ohms.
To find pairs of the remaining contacts, call them in the same way.
Now we pass to the most crucial stage of work. Connect the 220V wire to one of the winding outputs. Its second outlet must be connected to the first brush. The second brush connects to the remaining 220-volt wire.
Plug in the motor to test its operation. If you don’t make any mistakes, the rotor will start to rotate. Keep in mind that when connected like this, it will only move in one direction.
If the test run is completed without linings, the device is ready for operation.
To change the direction of movement of the motor to the opposite, the connection of the brushes should be reversed: now the first will be connected to the network, and the second is connected to the output of the winding. Check the readiness of the motor for operation as described above.
- You can clearly see the connection process in the following.
Direct drive type
It is difficult to check its serviceability at home. You can use system testing if it is provided for your washing machine model. Also, self-diagnosis can issue a malfunction code on the display of the machine. By decrypting the code, you will understand what the problem is and whether it is worth contacting the workshop.
If you do decide to remove the engine, do it correctly:
- Unplug the washing machine from the power.
- Remove the back cover by unscrewing the bolts around the perimeter.
- There are screws under the motor rotor that secure the wiring. They need to be unscrewed.
- Remove the center bolt holding the rotor. To do this, use a 16-inch socket (for LG model).
- When unscrewing the bolt with the other hand, hold the rotor so that it does not rotate.
- Remove the rotor assembly.
- Behind it is the stator assembly held by 6 bolts.
- To unscrew them, take the head 10.
- Disconnect the wiring connectors from the stator.
You can start inspection and check engine performance.
The problem is the slats
Electricity is transmitted to the rotor through the lamellas by means of brushes. Since the lamellas are glued to the shaft, they can peel off when the motor is jammed. Small detachments can be dealt with with a lathe, turning the manifolds. The shavings are thoroughly cleaned with fine sandpaper.
When inspecting the lamellas, pay attention to peeling and burrs, which indicate malfunctions.
There are several ways to check a brushed motor. But first, remove the motor from the case:
- Remove the back cover of the Washing machine.
- Disconnect the wires from the engine.
- Unscrew the bolts and pull the motor out of the housing.
Proceed with the diagnosis. Connect the stator and rotor winding wires as shown in the diagram below. Then connect the winding to a 220 volt electricity. If the rotor starts to rotate, it is considered that the device is working properly.
There are drawbacks to this method. First, you won’t be able to accurately confirm the functionality of the engine, especially how it will perform in different modes. Secondly, a direct connection threatens to ruin the motor if it shorts.
Based on the above, ballast can be included in this scheme, which serves as protection. Tubular Heater from a washing machine can be used as ballast. Connection according to the diagram:
In this case, when closed, the element will begin to heat up, protecting the engine from combustion.
Since the brushed motor consists of several elements, they all need to be checked.
There are two brushes on the sides of the motor housing. Since they are made of soft material, they wear off over time. Remove the brushes from the body and, if worn, install new parts.
You can find out what the problem is with the brushes when connecting the motor. If you connected its wiring to the network, and when rotating it began to spark, then the matter is in the electric brushes.
How to check the health of the engine with your own hands
Since today only collector and inverter motors are used, we will consider ways of diagnostics using their example.
How to check the washing machine motor
If the washing machine stops working, the cause may be an engine malfunction. Before buying a new part, you need to check the Washing machine motor and determine the cause of its breakdown. In most cases it can be repaired.
In the article we will consider what types of engines are and what is the peculiarity of checking them with your own hands.
How does a washing machine engine work: varieties
Before diagnosing, you must understand what type of motor is in your washing machine and how it works. There are three main types: asynchronous, collector and inverter centrifuge motor of the washing machine-automatic and semi-automatic.
- Asynchronous is installed in washing machine Bosch, Siemens, Millet, ARDO and Candy. The cheap and quiet motor has a simple design: stator and rotor. Large dimensions and low performance have made the induction motor a thing of the past. Therefore, it was used in early models of the above machines.
- The collector motor is actively used today in the brands Washing machine Indesit (Indesit), Ariston, Zanussi, Electrolux, Samsung, Veko. The belt-type motor has a compact size and sufficient power. Transmits revolutions using a belt to the drum pulley. Its design is a little more complicated than the previous type: a stator, a rotor, two brushes and a tachometer that controls its speed.
- Direct drive (inverter) modern motor has just begun to conquer the user. Installed on LG, Samsung models. The motor does not have a belt, but is directly attached to the drum, transmitting revolutions to it. Its structure is similar to an asynchronous motor, but the direct drive is compact, powerful and rarely fails.
Rotor and stator windings
If there are problems with the winding, the washing machine’s motor becomes less powerful or stops working altogether. This happens because a short circuit occurs in the windings, the motor overheats and a thermistor is triggered, which turns it off for safety.
You can check the windings with a multimeter. Set it to resistance measurement mode. Attach the test leads to the lamella as shown in the picture. Normally, the indicators should be from 20 to 200 ohms. If the resistance is less, it is a short circuit. If more. winding breakage.
To check the stator, turn on the buzzer on the multimeter and apply the test leads to the ends of the wiring one by one. If the device is silent without emitting a signal, then everything is in order.
To find the short circuit, connect one probe of the multimeter to the wiring, the other to the case. Normally there should be no sounds.
If you find a breakdown, do not try to repair it yourself. To do this, you need to recreate the winding. In this case, it is easier to replace the electric motor.
As you can see, it is not difficult to check the engine with your own hands. In some cases, you can repair the engine yourself or contact a service center.
An inverter motor is a direct drive motor. This invention is just over 10 years old. Developed by a well-known Korean concern, it quickly gained popularity due to its long service life, reliability, wear resistance and its very modest dimensions.
The rotor and stator also act as components of this type of motor, however, the fundamental difference is that the motor is directly attached to the drum, without the use of connecting elements that fail in the first place.
Among the undoubted advantages of inverter motors are simplicity, the absence of parts subject to rapid wear, convenient placement in the machine body, low noise and vibration levels, compactness.
The disadvantage of such a motor is laboriousness. its production requires a lot of costs and efforts, which noticeably affects the price of inverter machines.
Types of washing machine motors
Asynchronous. removed together with the capacitor, which are of different types, depending on the model of the washing machine. Connecting it to a battery, the case of which is sealed, made of different metal or plastic, it is advisable not to break.
Caution! Such an engine can be removed from the machine only with a completely discharged capacitor. an electric shock can be very significant.
Low-voltage collector motors are distinguished by the fact that permanent magnets are placed on their stator, which are alternately connected to a DC voltage. There is a sticker on the body indicating the voltage value, which is not recommended to be exceeded.
Electronic motors must be dismantled together with the ECU. an electronic control unit, on the body of which there is a sticker indicating the maximum possible connection voltage. Observe the polarity because these motors do not have a reverse.
Motor type with starting winding (old / cheap washers)
First you need a tester or multimeter. You need to find two matching pairs of pins.
With the tester probes, in the dialing or resistance mode, you need to find two wires that ring among themselves, the other two wires will automatically be a pair of the second winding.
Next, you need to find out where we have the starting winding, and where is the working winding. You need to measure their resistance: a higher resistance will indicate the starting winding (PO), which creates the initial torque. A lower resistance will indicate to us the excitation winding (OB), or in other words. a working winding that creates a magnetic field of rotation.
Instead of the “SB” contactor, there can be a non-polar capacitor of small capacity (about 2-4 μF)
How it is arranged in the washing machine itself for convenience.
If the engine starts without load, that is, does not wake up a pulley on its shaft with a load at the moment of starting, then such an engine can start itself, without a capacitor and short-term “powering” of the starting winding.
If the engine overheats or heats up even without load for a short time, then there may be several reasons. Perhaps the bearings are worn out or the gap between the stator and the rotor has decreased, as a result of which they touch each other. But most often the reason may be the high capacitance of the capacitor, it is not difficult to check. let the engine run with the starting capacitor disconnected and everything will immediately become clear. If necessary, it is better to reduce the capacitance of the capacitor to the minimum at which it copes with starting the electric motor.
In the button, the “SB” contact must be strictly non-fixed, you can simply use the button from the doorbell, otherwise the starting winding may burn out.
At the moment of start-up, the “SB” button is clamped until the shaft spins up to full (1-2 sec.), Then the button is released and the voltage is not applied to the starting winding. If reverse is necessary, you need to change the winding contacts.
Sometimes in such a motor there may be not four, but three wires at the output, in which case the two windings are already connected at the midpoint to each other, as shown in the diagram.
In any case, disassembling an old washing machine, you can take a closer look at how its engine was connected to it.
When it becomes necessary to reverse or change the direction of rotation of the motor with a starting winding, it can be connected as follows:
An interesting point. If the starting winding is not used (not used) in the motor, then the direction of rotation can be all possible (in either direction) and depend, for example, on which direction to turn the shaft at the moment when the voltage is connected.
2.1 Rotor (anchor)
|Fig. 3||Rotor (armature). rotating (movable) part of the engine (Fig. 3). A core is installed on the steel shaft, which is made from stacked plates of electrical steel to reduce eddy currents. The same branches of the winding are laid in the grooves of the core, the leads of which are attached to the contact copper plates (lamellas) that form the rotor collector. On the rotor collector, on average, there can be 36 lamellas located on the insulator and separated by a gap. |
To ensure the sliding of the rotor, bearings are pressed onto its shaft, which are supported by the motor housing covers. Also, a pulley with grooved grooves for the belt is pressed onto the rotor shaft, and on the opposite end side of the shaft there is a threaded hole into which the magnetic rotor of the tachogenerator is screwed.
Connecting the motor from the washing machine to 220 through a start relay
How to connect the washing machine motor?
If you have an old washing machine engine left over, don’t throw it away. This electrical device will serve you for more than one year. The main thing is to find a use for it. For example, it can be used to make a good grinder for sharpening knives, scissors and axes. However, a very important question in this matter is the question of how to connect the washing machine engine to a 220 volt alternating current network.?
It should be noted right away that this engine has several purely design features that make it possible to do without additional electrical circuits and parts. For example, there is no need to install a starting winding and starting capacitor.
It is important here to correctly connect the wires that differ from each other in color:
- Two white wires. They are installed only to measure the engine speed. You don’t need to use them to connect.
- Red wire. It connects to the first stator winding.
- Brown goes to the second winding.
- Green wire and gray wire connect to motor brushes.
Replacing the Tubular Heater in the washing machine. Old-style motor connection
Here are two ways to connect a washing machine motor.
A small preface. In my workshop, there are several homemade machine tools built on the basis of asynchronous motors from old Soviet washing machines.
I use motors with both “capacitor” starting and motors with starting winding and starting relay (push button)
I did not have any particular difficulties with connection and launch.
When connecting, I sometimes used an ohmmeter (to find the starting and working windings). But more often I used my experience and the method of “scientific poking”%))) Perhaps with such a statement I will incur the wrath of “knowledgeable” who “always do everything according to science” :))). But this method also gave a positive result for me, the motors worked, the windings did not burn out :). Of course, if there is a “how and what”. then you need to do “how to do it right”. this is me about the presence of a tester and measuring the resistance of the windings. But in reality it does not always work out that way, but “who does not risk.”. well, you get the idea :). Why am I talking about this? Just yesterday I received a question from my viewer, I will omit some moments of the correspondence, leaving only the essence:
I have 3 wires coming out of the engine, can you tell me something?
I tried to start as you said through the starting relay, (briefly touched the wire) but after a while it starts to smoke and heat up. I don’t have a multimeter, so I can’t check the resistance of the windings (
Of course, the method that I will now talk about is a little risky, especially for a person who does not deal with such work all the time.
Therefore, you need to be extremely careful, and at the first opportunity to check the results of the “scientific poke” with a tester. Now to business!
First, I will briefly talk about the types of engines that were used in Soviet washing machines. These engines could be conditionally divided into 2 classes in terms of power and rotation speed. In the main mass of activator washing machines of the “basin with a motor” type, a 180 W motor, 1350. 1420 rpm was used to drive the activator. As a rule, this type of motor had 4 separate outputs (starting and working windings) and was connected via a starting-protective relay or (in very old versions) via a 3-pin start button.
Separate terminals of the starting and working winding made it possible to obtain the possibility of reverse (for different washing modes and to prevent curling of the laundry). For this, a simple command was added to the later models of the machine that commutes the motor connection. There are 180 W motors, in which the starting and working windings were connected in the middle of the case. and only three conclusions came to the top (photo 2)
A second type of motor was used to drive the centrifuge. therefore it had high revs, but less power. 100-120 W, 2700. 2850 rpm.
Centrifuge motors usually had a permanently switched on, working capacitor. Since the centrifuge did not need to be reversed, the connection of the windings was usually done in the middle of the motor. Only 3 wires went to the top. Often these motors have the same windings. therefore, resistance measurement shows approximately the same results, for example, an ohmmeter will show 10 ohms between 1. 2 and 2. 3 outputs, and between 1. 3. 20 ohms.
In this case, pin 2 will be the midpoint at which the terminals of the first and second windings converge. The motor is connected as follows: pins 1 and 2. to the network, pin 3 through a capacitor to pin 1. In appearance, the motors of the Activators and Centrifuges are very similar, since the same cases and magnetic circuits were often used for unification. The motors differed only in the type of windings and the number of poles. There is also a third starting option, when the capacitor is connected only at the moment of starting. but they are quite rare, I have not come across such engines on washing machines.
The circuits for connecting 3-phase motors through a phase-shifting capacitor stand apart, but I will not consider them here.
So, back to the method I used, but before that one more small digression. Motors with starting winding usually have different parameters of the starting and working winding. This can be determined both by measuring the resistance of the windings and visually. the starting winding has a smaller wire and its resistance is higher. If you leave the starting winding on for a few minutes. it can burn out. since during normal operation it only connects for a few seconds.
For example, the resistance of the starting winding can be 25. 30 ohms, and the resistance of the working winding. 12. 15 ohms. During operation, the starting winding must be turned off, otherwise the engine will hum, warm up and quickly “blow out smoke”. If the windings are correctly identified, the motor may be slightly warm during no load operation for 10 to 15 minutes. But if you confuse the starting and working windings, the engine will also start. and when the working winding is turned off, it will continue to work. But in this case, it will also hum, warm up and not give out the required power. Now let’s get down to practice. First you need to check the condition of the bearings and the absence of misalignment of the motor covers. To do this, simply turn the motor shaft. From a light push, it should rotate freely, without jamming, making several turns. If everything is ok, go to the next stage. We need a low-voltage probe (battery with a light bulb), wires, an electric plug and an automatic machine (preferably 2-pole) for 4. 6 Amperes. Ideally, there is also an Ohmmeter with a 1 mΩ limit. Strong cord half a meter long. for the “starter”, masking tape and a marker for marking engine wires. First you need to check the motor for a short circuit to the case by alternately checking the motor leads (connecting an ohmmeter or a light bulb) between the leads and the case. The ohmmeter should show resistance within mΩ, the light should be off. Next, we fix the engine on the table, assemble the power circuit: plug. machine. wires to the engine. We mark the motor leads by gluing flags made of adhesive tape on them. We connect the wires to pins 1 and 2, wind the lace on the motor shaft, turn on the power and pull the starter. The engine started 🙂 We listen to how it works for 10-15 seconds and disconnect the plug from the socket. Now you need to check the heating of the case and covers. If the bearings are “dead”, the covers will warm up (and you will hear increased noise during operation), and if there are problems with the connection, the case (magnetic circuit) will be hotter. If everything is in order, move on and carry out the same experiments with pairs of pins 2. 3 and 3. 1. During the experiments, the engine will most likely operate on 2 of the possible 3 connection combinations. that is, on the working and on the starting winding. Thus, we find the winding on which the motor runs with the least noise (hum) and gives out power (for this we try to stop the motor shaft by pressing a piece of wood against it. It will be working. Now you can try to start the motor using the starting winding. winding, you need to touch the third wire alternately touch one and the other motor terminals. If the starting winding is working properly, the motor should start. And if not, then the machine will “knock out”%))). Of course, this method is not perfect, there is a risk of burning the engine: (and it can be used only in exceptional cases. But it helped me out many times. The best option, of course, would be to determine the type (brand) of the motor and the parameters of its windings and find a connection diagram on the Internet. Here is such a “higher mathematics” # 128521; And for this. let me leave. Write comments. Ask questions and subscribe to the blog update :).
Washing machines, like any other type of equipment, become obsolete and fail over time. We can, of course, put the old washing machine somewhere. or disassemble for parts. If you took the last path, then you might have an engine from the washing machine, which can do you good service.
A motor from an old washing machine can be adapted in a garage and made into an electric emery. To do this, you need to attach an emery stone to the motor shaft, which will rotate. And you can sharpen various objects about it, from knives to axes and shovels. Agree, the thing is quite necessary in the household. Also, other devices that require rotation can be built from the engine, for example, an industrial mixer or something else.
Write in the comments what you decided to make from the old engine for the washing machine, we think many will be very interesting and useful to read.
If you have figured out what to do with the old motor, then the first question that may bother you is how to connect the electric motor from the washing machine to the 220 V network. And just for this question we will help you find the answer in this instruction.
Before proceeding directly to connecting the motor, you must first familiarize yourself with the electrical circuit, on which everything will be clear.
Connecting the engine from the washing machine to the 220 Volt network should not take you much time. To begin with, look at the wires that go from the engine, at first it may seem that there are a lot of them, but in fact, if you look at the above diagram, then not all of us are needed. Specifically, we are only interested in the rotor and stator wires.
Washing machine motor connection diagram
So, four wires will be involved. What and what to connect to?
Connecting the motor of an old washing machine
Connecting the motor of an old washing machine is a little more complicated and will require you to find the necessary windings yourself using a multimeter. To find the wires, ring the motor windings and find a pair.
To do this, switch the multimeter to measure resistance, touch the first wire with one end, and find its pair with the second in turn. Write down or remember the resistance of the winding. we need it.
Then, in the same way, find the second pair of wires and fix the resistance. We got two windings with different resistances. Now you need to determine which one is working and which is the launcher. Everything is simple here, the resistance of the working winding should be less than that of the starting winding.
To start an engine of this kind, you will need a button or a starting relay. A button is needed with a non-fixed contact and will do, for example, a button from a doorbell.
Now we connect the motor and the button according to the scheme: But the excitation winding (OV) is directly supplied to 220 V. The same voltage must be applied to the starting winding (PO), only to start the engine for a short time, and turn it off. for this, the button is needed ( SB).
We connect the OV directly to the 220V network, and connect the software to the 220V network via the SB button.
- PO. starting winding. It is intended only for starting the engine and is used at the very beginning until the engine starts to rotate.
- ОВ. excitation winding. This is a working winding that is constantly in operation, and it turns the motor all the time.
- SB. a button with which voltage is applied to the starting winding and after starting the motor turns it off.
After you have made all the connections, it is enough to start the engine from the washing machine. To do this, press the SB button and, as soon as the engine starts to rotate, release it.
In order to reverse (rotation of the motor in the opposite direction), you need to swap the contacts of the PO winding. Thus, the motor will start rotating in the opposite direction.
That’s it, now the motor from the old washing machine can serve you as a new device.
Before starting the engine, be sure to secure it on a flat surface, since its rotation speed is high enough.