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Hey, I was wondering if anyone has used a washing machine motor for a prop? I just thought of it today, but I haven't heard of anyone using it, so I didn't know if there was some drawback to them.

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What are you looking to make with it?

I would think the drawback is you need 220V to run it, which means you can't plug it into a regular outlet.
 

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What are you looking to make with it?

I would think the drawback is you need 220V to run it, which means you can't plug it into a regular outlet.
Mike, if you need some help with finding a motor message me on aim, also I got an idea for the spider you got :jol:
 

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No, washing machine motors are 110. The biggest drawback to them I can think of, is that their wiring is very exposed. They have their own mounting brackets, and pully wheels already attached. Since the washers also have water pumps in them, I would think a blood fountain could be an easy go.
 
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