You said you can provide brushes for this machine. How much and what is delivery time? Does this machine use only cold fill? It does have pipes fitted to both hot and cold?
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Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
This sounds to me like it is symptomatic of a malfunctioning water control valve- the hot water one, if the washer is hot and cold fill, and the cold one if it is just cold fill!
Sorry but it needs replacing and a service call ;-0(
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Thanks and good luck!
Immediate thought was the belt but you already checked that. Reading your message, you seem to be indicating the washer goes through the wash cycle and does everything except turn the drum, i.e. it fills and drains and the timer control knob advances as you would expect. This machine has an electro-mechanical timer rather than electronic, so if it advances through the program correctly, I would exclude this from my initial checks, but I'd still come back to it later.
Washing machines aren't that complicated, so if all of the above is true, the obvious assumption would be the drive motor. You've obviously opened up the machine to check the belt, so have you tested the motor with an ohm / multi-meter?
Please confirm the correct operation of the timer and whether you have tested the motor and I will try to assist you further. I check messages regularly, so if you post back here I should reply fairly quickly. Make sure you reply from within this page - don't post a new help request!
you may need to reset this put to . positon then switch on machine light flashes several times then pulses..it is now reset should now fill and start motor providing motor is working okay...Brushes not worn....
I have recently acquired an Indesit washing machine, model number W822R and like you I was stumped as to how to use it. I too looked on Indesit's web site and could not find a manual for this particular machine. Years ago I owned a very similar machine, but only had a vague recollection of it's operating instructions. I looked through several of the manuals on Indesit's site and realised that there was a common theme running through them. The operating manual closest to W822R is the W101. All the wash cycle numbers match and my washing machine works perfectly with them.
One thing to bear in mind is that a lot of modern machines are cold fill only, whereas the W822R is hot and cold fill, so make sure you have both hoses on the back otherwise some wash programs won't work. The W822r can still be used as a cold fill machine by using a plastic 'Y' connecter, available from most plumbing outlets.
Hope this helps
you will have to open the machine lid to see if its a plastic drum or metal.
the metal drum is easier as it has a 'spider asssembly'. remove this after taking off the pulley by taking out the bolts that hold it and bang it off being carefull of the heater element. remove the bearings and seal and refit in reverse order you took it off.
i would not advise replacing plastic drum bearings as they are a pain, removal of the rear of a plastic drum easy but not putting it back !
it maybe your brushes are worn out, on alot of machines these days if the brushes wear the machine wont fill , or your motor itself could be faulty or your board. Unplug the machine , take the back off , get yourself a test meter disconnect the motor and put the probes from the meter and put it across the tags, if the motor is wrong you wont get continuity between 2 tags normally 1 and 5 looking from the top of the block going down