5.16 – Brake Set
5.16.1 – Brake Actuator
It is responsible for the basket braking and the spinning movement.
1. Disconnect Wiring Harness terminals on Actuator;
2. With a Multimeter set in Resistance scale, measure actuator terminals:
Voltage on Actuator
220V – 60Hz
3. Connect Actuator directly to the electric supply using a power cord. Actuator Arm must run complete
travel, with no locks.
Before changing Actuator check:
Continuity on Wiring Harness;
That there are no burrs causing locking between gears by moving Actuator arm several times to
That Brake Spring, Cams and Traction Bar maintain traction over Actuator during Agitation.
Remove the Spring from the
Disconnect the Brake arm from
the Actuator's movable part;
Release the screws that fasten it
to the Motor Support.
A – Brake Pin
B – Spring Brake
C – Motor Support
D– Gearcase Assembly
E – Brake Band
F – Actuator
G – Brake Arm
It is located on the Motor Support.
The Brake set is composed by: Spring, Brake Arm, Actuator
and Brake Band. When activated, it actuates on the
Value (Ohms - Ω)
1411 to 1725
2399 to 2932