Question about Haier HWD1000
Wondered if u can help me as i cant find the instructions, cant open the door its as though the programme is stuck its on o mins on quick wash
SOURCE: Haier washing machine E2 error
normally pump filter is the best place to start it could be jamed with a coin or hair clip if you take machine outside and empty it then lay it on its side you can access the pump take it off then stand up the machine and pour hot water into the soap draw check water should run out of bottom freely taking any fluff or bits with it now take apart the pump and clean it all out dry all components before reasembly if the machine still doesent wory could need a new pump
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Sounds like your door is locked. Unplug the unit for 30 minutes then plug it back it hopefully it will reset everything and you will be able to open the door. Then after you get the door open you will need to run some tests to see what is the problem. Check the door lock sensor and the door lock mechanism
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Anyway, my machine shows an error code "clrf". I just spoke to someone at Comet, and apparently this means there is too much foam in the machine. The machine will then refill with water and try to rinse it out, but if after that the machine still has too much foam in, then it will stop the cycle. Hence why my clothes are still wet (although I'd not realised they weren't rinsed properly either!).
I have not been using excessive amounts of washing powder, and usually use powder tablets or the liquid tablet sort, so they are a set amount and I don't do anything daft like stick 6 tablets in! I find it ridiculous that this would cause a problem with the washing machine, as I've used them perfectly fine with other washing machines.
Anyway, the advice from Comet was to keep trying different washing powders until i find one that foams less.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
It appears your pressure switch has failed in this instance.
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In the service manual are Error codes, maintenance procedures, and troubleshooting steps you can follow.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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