Question about Washing Machines
The machine was working fine and has not been used no more than 10 times. I attempted to cut a figure out of thin cardstock with the card in the macine, I tried to turn it on. It made a beeping sound that slowly died away and I have not been able to start the machine since!! I have left it plugged in to charge overnight, no response. I have left it hooked to the power cords, no response, I don't know what to do! The machine is just over a year old :(
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bosch WFL 2872 washing machine
A similar thing happened to mine. I think it starts when there is a power cut or something similar mid cycle. The solution (which you would never guess!) is the following:
Select any programme - say 30 Cottons
Press and hold any function button - NOT Start Signal will sound at varying levels - release button when it gets to the level that you want, off in your case. De-select programme Good luck!
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
I have a kenmore front load washing machine 44052 that is 2 years old. It has stopped working. Call repairman he said 800 to fix. Need a new tub. What I found out after taking apart myself is the inside is loaded with mold, Bearings are faulty and the spyder rack in back is made of aluminum that will corrode. I am trying to start a recall on this machine for faulty bearings, spyder rack and mold.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
if this washer is used alot then it will more then likely be the carbon brushes which u will need to take the lid off undue 4screws out where it joins front to the back screws at the back to the bottom and 1screw either side of the bottom where the panels join together behind a little cap which will have an hole in the middle of it to get it out u will then be able to get to the motor to replace the carbon brushes
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
It's possible that the current rating of the MCB is too low to run your washing machine PLUS all the devices plugged into the other sockets on the same circuit. If possible, try plugging in the washing machine on a circuit with fewer or no other appliances plugged in. MCB's are much faster tripping than circuit breakers and are rated to trip at the current rating on them. Circuit breakers, may carry a current slightly over the rated current which may be why it never happened before. The permanent solutions (if the overloaded circuit is the problem) would be to install a circuit solely for the washer and dryer or install a MCB with a higher current rating. The latter solution is not practical, however, since an overload on lower power devices may never reach the current rating of the MCB creating a hazardous shock potential.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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