20 Most Recent Hotpoint WMM65 Front Load Washer - Page 7 Questions & Answers


I know this is an old question but for the benefit of anyone else having the problem, here's how I fixed it on our machine ( a WMF540 P (UK) R ).
Our clicked about 6 times then displayed the "door" error. The clicking noise is the solenoid inside the door interlock. The fact that it was clicking showed that it was functioning. Just as a precaution I removed and disassembled the interlock to check it and everything inside was fine.
Next, I removed the rear panel of the machine, took off the drive belt, disconnected the white plug and earth lead from the motor. Undid the two bolts holding the motor and dropped the motor out of the bottom of the machine.
The commutator was completely black. I removed the carbon brush holders and gave everything a blast of compressed air to get rid of the carbon dust. I then used a piece of very fine wet and dry abrasive paper and cleaned the commutator so that it was nice and shiny again. The brushes looked like they were on their last legs but as I didn't have any others available I just put them back.
After replacing the motor and the belt I tested the machine and it worked fine. Now I'll buy some spare brushes and replace them at some conveniente time in the future.

Hotpoint Washing... | Answered on Mar 24, 2018


Hi,
The empty tank & clean filter light will come after EVERY use of the machine,
because it is reminding you that this is what the user manual tells you that you're supposed to do EVERYTIME you use the machine.
If the machine breaks down because it's full of fluff, it may invalidate your warranty & a water tank with just a little water, is a lot easier to empty than a full one.!

Hotpoint Washing... | Answered on Mar 10, 2018


Hi,
F06 is a water level fault.
It will either be due to a faulty vacuum switch (which is the hockey-puck thing with the little tube to it,
or it will be not draining properly because of a blocked or faulty outlet pump or filter.
The worst case scenario is that it might be a control board failure.

Check the filter & pump first.
Check to see if the vacuum switch switches by sucking or blowing into the tube.
Sometimes just doing that can free it up if was stuck.?
Best of luck.

Hotpoint Washing... | Answered on Mar 09, 2018


Best Manuals Don't waste your money on unnecessary sources and unwanted repairs. Get this manual online under $10-15 and get complete guide on whether to repair or not, service it, and how to repair etc

Hotpoint Washing... | Answered on Mar 05, 2018


Hello!
First of all, make sure you have a machine witch is not with welded tub, a lot of these machines are made with sealed tub, so in this case you have a problem....
Check if it's with removable front panel, remove kickplate plastic down and chek for screws that hold front panel. If there are no screws and front is welded, it means you will need to remove tub upwards, which is a PITA. You need to remove all hoses, wires from motor, heater, sensors, unscrew shock absorber, remove detergent drawer from top, door gasket. and when everything disconnected, lift up the tub. Ask for some help because it's heavy.

Hotpoint Washing... | Answered on Feb 26, 2018


Is the outlet water pipe bent at all, in a way that would prevent the water from exiting? If not then I would confidently say that the pump has failed, if the machine has warrentee I would call hotpoint for an engineer visit... I hope this helps.....

Hotpoint Washing... | Answered on Feb 21, 2018

Not finding what you are looking for?
Hotpoint WMM65 Front Load Washer Logo

Popular Tags

17 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Hotpoint Washing Machines Experts

vince

Level 3 Expert

1234 Answers

gbob59

Level 3 Expert

3042 Answers

James Hehling
James Hehling

Level 1 Expert

11 Answers

Are you a Hotpoint Washing Machine Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

View Most Popular

Hotpoint Washing Machines

  • Hotpoint Washing Machines

Most Popular Question

change door gasket

  • Washing Machines
Loading...