I have a 5 year old Servis quartz M9130 which has stopped turning at all with a full load, and which turns in only one direction when there's anything more than a very light load in. I've had the back off, and there's nothing wrong with the belt. With a light load, the motor can just about turn the drum clockwise, but can't manage it anticlockwise and just 'strains' instead. Is this just an old, tired motor, or should I be cleaning certain bits of it to help it along?
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If turning the adjustment bead does not result in a clicking then it is likely quartz. I am presuming it did not require winding. So if it clicks and comes back to life it is automatic (just wear it to charge it) if not then it is likely quartz. Most automatic watches can also be manually wound to charge. This is better for the movement when it is fully unwound, 10 full turns to be on the cautious side from flat. It is unlikely you can overwind good quality modern watches as they have a clutch to prevent over winding. cheaper watches may or may not have this feature.
Hi, A 8 year old can do this. On the back of the clock there should be 2 round turning nobs. 1 is for to set time (min...) 2sec is for to set timer for that hour...usually is a smaller hand on face of clock.
select hour to wake up at and set alarm Button. This is only basic set up.
It appears your timer/main controller/CCU has failed in this instance.
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i would firstly do a complete defrost- incase there has been a fault with the frost free system. if after a full defrost it runs ok then there was a fault somewhere in the defrost system including either defrost heater, cut out or possible jammed circulation fan.
Unplug it, wait 2 minutes and try again.
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Check the water pump. Remove the belt and turn the pump by hand in both directions. If there is a problem you will feel the pump try to grab. A lot of times some small objects that get in the washer and end up in the pump and causes everything from clicking noises to full stop.