Question about Creda W100FW Front Load Washer
Can find where water pump wire goes on the power board
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check water supply is on, also you can get low pressure which can cause this problem you could try tablets. and poss your brushes are worn out
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
Make sure that you have not got the energy save button in operation, as this by-passes the heater, and will wash at the incoming water temp. It should not be showing green
If this is not the case, then the heater has probably failed.
To access the heater, you need to remove the top cover, remove the soap dispenser drawer, and undo the 4 screws securing the console panel to the top of the washer.
Pull off the timer knob, noting the position of it, and slide the console panel to the right, support it with something.
Remove wire cllip holding door seal to front of panel, and pull off the seal at the front.
Undo the screws securing the front panel at the top.
Undo 3 screws at bottom of front panel.
Lift front panel clear,and stand it at the right of washer, be careful of the wires still attached to the door lock.
At the bottom, in the center, you should find a black cover, remove that, and you will see the heater element.
You eally need a meter to test it for continuity, and or an earth fault.
Replace if faulty.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009
just changed the bearings on my creda simplicity 1000 w100fw
rebuilt it water going in and out ok, now the washing cycle does not work,plenty clicking noises, any IDEA.
many thanks, John
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
The door hinge block has fallen inside the front of the washer.To retieve it, tilt the washer back, and you should find it at the left hand side.
Remove all screws securing 2 parts of door together, prise apart with a screwdriver or similar, and the door will come apart.
You can now access the hinge and all other partsd inside the door.
Trust this helps.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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