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does your machine have a rinse cycle that requires the dirty water to leave the machine and then to have clean water fill the machine that then rinses the colthing of detergent and dirty water that then needs to be pumped out. Then does it have a spin cycle that extracts the water out of the items and needs to pump out excess water do clothes have water extracted out of them ?
A pump connected to a motor via a belt spins the pump turbine and pumps out the water.
This is a direct drive washer. It is easy to repair. You may have a transmission problem or possibly a bad timer. The machine is well worth the effort to repair it as you will see in my video it is fairly easy to repair. I recently worked on my brothers washer and made a video of the repair. Service manual and repair pix He attempted to fix it but gave in to his wife and went and got a new fangled one. I inherited his old one and am reserving it for when his new one goes down. Believe me it will. This video shows you what is involved in repairing the washer. Their are many videos on youtube that will help you:
Check to see if the motor is running when the washer goes to the spin cycle.
If the motor isn't running, the lid switch may be defective. If so, the washing machine can't spin and may not function at all. The switch is inside the washing machine main housing near the door frame. Often you have to raise or open the top or front of the washing machine to get to the switch. If it's defective, you need to replace it.
If the motor runs but the machine doesnt extract any water the pump or hose is obstructed. If it just goes silent when it gets to the pump out portion of the cycle, probable cause would be a lid switch.
could be a loss belt or a kinked hose, since you say it feels weak i would think it is not getting up to speed which would be a loss belt or drive train issue, of course it could just be to big a load or on slow spin speed setting
The drain hose needs to be lifted above the high fill level in washer.The easiest way to fix this is take the drain hose (if your drain hose starts from the bottom of machine and goes up)tie or strap it to the back of the washer so it cant sag or drop down and start syphoning the water.Remember the washer will drain out the water if the drain hose is lower than the amount of water in the tub.Thats why your making sure by tieing the drain hose to the highest point before it makes it way to the drain .
Your machine won't go into spin cycle most probably because it awaits for pump to start extracting water out of the basket. If the "Door Locked" light is on th an it means that either filter, pump or drain hose are clogged (unless pump burned). Turn off machine, unplug the machine, clean the filter, check for foreign objects inside filter and pump housing and finally check/unclog the drain hose.
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean. There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it. Snaking out your standpipe would be good too.
no thats two different problems. The rubber piece (boot) forms a seal to prevent the water from leaking out, that should be replaced. Water might have leaked and ruined the pump. At the end of all cycles is there still water in the tub? If so your pump is either clogged or has gone bad, and thats why the washer wont go into extract.