Carbon brushes are located in your washing machine's motor. They transmit the electric current between the motor's stator and rotor.
If the motor carbon brushes are worn out, they will no longer maintain contact and your washing machine's motor is then likely to stop running or not start at all.
It could also be that the drum spins slowly during a wash, that the machine's spin cycle is random and that the motor sputters or sparks during the wash.
But don't panic! Motor carbon brushes are easy to replace and we have a large selection available for you!