20 Most Recent Malber WD1000 Front Load Washer/Dryer Questions & Answers


Might be a control board problem. Contact Malber USA at 1-800-600-8913. They will have replacement part and, if the machine is still under warranty, the part is free.

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Jan 22, 2019


In New York, call Malber Distribution Corp at 516-323-5299.
They can schedule a technician to fix your machine. They've been fixing Malbers for about 25 years.
Tell them Mike, in Wash DC, says hi.

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Jan 22, 2019


go to the manufactures website and order the spares you need eric

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Jan 17, 2018


Water inlet magnetic valve?

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017


I have a manual if you wold like a copy.. I can fax it to you
[email protected]

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Jun 13, 2016


Either hang them up wet or put in clothes dryer

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Mar 18, 2016


Please let me know if you figured out how to use this machine yet. I can't figure it out!

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Nov 19, 2015


Mike, in Washington D.C., again. Of course you can do it yourself. First call Joel (Malber in NY) at 800-600-8913 or 516-294-6660 . Tell him which model machine you need a door latch for (if you aren't sure, check label in rear). Once you've received your new latch assy (about $20): Open door, and notice white plastic "ring" around glass is actually 2 pieces (front and rear) snapped together - with a seam around periphery. Unsnap (separate) them by either getting your fingernails into the seam and pulling them apart - or prying them open with a spackle knife or thin screwdriver blade. Once it starts coming apart, just work the opening all the way around. Remove front "ring" and set aside. Using a 1.5mm Torx screwdriver, remove 2 small screws holding broken latch assy. Note the way the ends of the spring go under the 2 screws. That's the way it has to go back. Slip new latch assy into place, pressing vertical "hinge pin" and ends of spring into slots (near screw holes). Replace 2 screws. Test latch with door open - is it working? Try closing door. All good? Replace front "ring": Open door and, while pulling out on latch handle, slip the ring over the latch handle and get it into approximate position. Let go of latch (it snaps into "closed" position) and adjust ring so it doesn't bind the latch handle (meaning it's free to move). Now, beginning anywhere on outside edge, begin snapping rings together - and continue all the way around. Test that door latch still operates smoothly and that door latches shut properly. FYI: There is no adjustment for this latch assy - it just fits precisely where it's supposed to. Good luck and God Bless ...

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Oct 05, 2015


Usually, out and then upwards and out. Sometimes there is a clip at the back, but you would see it.

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Oct 03, 2015


Since it drains properly during the wash cycle, we know the drain pump and its impeller (propeller) work, and the coin trap (you called it a filter) and hoses are not clogged. By the way, turning the rightmost knob to "4" will start the pump-out cycle, so you don't have to open that trap-door at the bottom. To condense, the machine needs COLD water (spritzing on an internal screen) during drying. Make sure your cold water hose is connected to the outside (outboard) connection on the back of the machine. As a long shot: If the gray drain hose is pushed too far down into your home's drain pipe (more than 8") there could be a "back-siphon" where dirty water siphons back into the washer. It's a long shot, but it does happen.
Lastly, the controller board (mounted at top of right side) could be bad, and not sending on-off commands to the pump during drying. During drying, the drain pump should cycle on and off constantly, every few minutes. Do you hear it running? If you remove back (about 12 Torx screws), at your lower left you will see the pump. There are only 2 wires (120 VAC) and they can be connected either way. Stick a meter on the terminals and see if power is cycling on and off. If not, the controller board is bad.
You can order one from Malber (in NYC) by calling Nancy at 516-323-5299. Tell her Mike, in Wash. D.C., says hi.

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015


HELLO THERE:
if you have cleaned all of the lint from the filter and still no luck you are goiong to be looking at replacing the heating element.
contact your local appliance repair for this part and a price ok?
best regards mike

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015


When using the WD-1000 as a Dryer only, are you turning the rightmost knob Clockwise to the correct starting point?
Looking at the periphery of the knob, at the bottom, see the elongated "sausage" shape, outlined in blue? Turn the knob so it passes "Stop", and points there.
At the end of a completed Wash Cycle, that is where the pointer will be pointing. Once there, the machine switches automatically to Dryer Mode.
As long as the middle dial is set to a timer length greater than zero, the drying begins. I recommend turning the middle dial to somewhere around 2:00 o'clock, which corresponds to about 90 minutes if I remember correctly.
(You'll notice that is in the "Orange" area, meaning Full Heat - which is always fine because it never gets too hot anyway)

So, turn right dial to point to the "white sausage" at the bottom of the dial; Turn middle dial to 90 mins, or so; (Left dial only controls "Spin" speed - just set to max); and close the door. (It should begin drying)

Malber WD1000... | Answered on Feb 16, 2015

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