20 Most Recent Electrolux 134743500 Fridgidaire Washer Motor Control Board Questions & Answers

Our dishwasher drains into the same pipe our sink does, which I think is the case with almost all of them. If the drain pipe is getting clogged, it will be difficult for the dishwasher to drain. I would suggest to try drain cleaner (BE SURE TO FOLLOW DIRECTIONS) and if that does not help I would remove the hose from the drain under the sink and see if the hose itself is getting clogged. Our sink drain also gets to the point that drain cleaner does not work, so I remove the "trap" and clean it out.

Electrolux... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018

Blocked the pump try putting a cleaner through the machine,check pump for obstruction.

Electrolux... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014

no, they have sensors, sensors are likd fuses but interactive, if your dryer wont work, youve got a bad sensor, the exhaust sensor or a thermoister, heater coil heat sensor they are small round devises with wire to them, test a sensor with a continuity meter, while the power if off, sensors have two wires connected to them, if they two wires dont get continuity then they are bad, they are like a fuse but senitive to heat on the dryer, so they will switch off or go bad if you have overheating problems, something clogged in the exhaust or heat coils touching eachother creating extreem heat

Electrolux... | Answered on Jan 01, 2013

Communication problem. Check the wiring between the Main
Control Board and the Speed Control Board. Wiring bad, correct wiring problem. Wiring good, replace the Main Control Board. If the problem is not corrected, replace the Speed Control Board.

Electrolux... | Answered on Dec 28, 2012

What is the model number of your unit?

Electrolux... | Answered on Nov 27, 2012

Sounds like you need a new electronics main panel or interface if seperate - plus an investigation into why it failed. Don't just buy a new part and fit it - it might blow up again and the supplier wont accept it back if it does.
Consider age of machine before booking an expensive repair call

Electrolux... | Answered Yesterday

Make sure the cold tap is turned on properly - sometimes the handle moves, but the shaft does not turn - especially those blue plastic ones. E11 means no water supply. Turn the shaft on the tap with a small spanner if necessary - make sure water is flowing.May be blocked with limescale - or the filter in the tap bunged up. Or could be problem with cold fill valve on the machine I suppose - wire disconnected, or needs new valve. Can you hear the valve buzzing when you start the program and it should be filling? check water supply again. take hose off the machine, turn tap on and see if water flows, with pressure.

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Weird! sure it's not a build up of lint in the filter chamber? Anything else would be mentioned in the machines instruction book - and you don't want anything interfering with the air flow of a dryer or it would overheat - including lint. I have had loose detached cloth pads from clothing / bras / trainers blocking drain filters before now...

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Modern electronic machines have out of balance protection to prevent the machine damaging itself with an out of balance load. You CAN NOT wash just one item - for example One jumper - or any out of balance load for this reason. Add more clothes - or balance the load

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Heater problems abort the wash cycle and end the program. May be faulty heater. Does machine drain and spin on spin only cycle? check pump if not - or motor.

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Is the machine draining, or attempting to drain? Pump could be seized or the outlet hoses blocked - or filter blocked, most likely. Could be electronics or motor too - but these usually give a fault code. Does it reset and pump empty? if no pump noise, remove filter and look inside at back - something stuck in there? ie hair grip, cotton bud, matchstick etc.

Electrolux... | Answered Yesterday

Check your wash tub bearings first. From the front, grab the stainless wash tub, and see if you can lift it up and down. Imagine it was a wheel on your car - if you could wobble the wheel about and it wasn't solid, the wheel bearing would be gone - same with your washer.
If machine is getting near 6 years old - probably best to replace it. Bearing repairs are never easy or cheap.You won't have a machine that is as good as new after - you will have a worn out machine with a few new bits in. A loose flywheel means the shaft / fixing point is worn - the wheel will be too. They are usually fixed with a star point TORX bolt, that is locktighted on in the factory. It should never come loose - unless you have major problems.

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