My machine is washing fine, though it is not spinning at all. When looked at the Carbon Brushes had worn down which i replaced, though the problem still remains the same!!
Does anyone know what it could be, I imagine it to be something simple!!
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Re: wash though no spin
Did you try looking from underneath the machine, majority of machines can be accessed this way. if its the bottom thats sealed try taking off the back panel and checking the black rubber hose leading from your drum to the drain pump, could be a sock stuck in there.
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Very likely the brushes are worn, these are located either side of the motor. if you are able to take the motor off the machine but don't know where the brushes are, take the motor to your local repairer who will probably change the brushes for you at a small fee plus brushes. if you are able to identify the brushes and can take them off, the carbon inside the brush holder should be no less than half and inch long. If its less they are probably worn out. get new ones and replace. be careful the carbon brush is very brittle and will break easily. I can't be more specific on changing the brushes as each machine is different.
This could be because the carbon brushes in your motor are worn down. One will need to check the motor to be sure.
The carbon brushes apply electricity to the motor via a split ring comutator. Over a while the carbon dust can create a short circuit. The motor needs to be looked at and cleaned. Possibly may need to replace the brushes.
Could be worn Carbon brushes on the motor.Check belt has not fallen off though...some Neff you need to buy half motor to fit new brushes as it comes this way, perhaps a good test is to blow ut any dust next to the brushes this may allow the motor to Briefy run long enough to tell if brushes are worn ..Half motor cost to buy - 60 GBP......Happy new year...
Have the same problem, different model and it looks like I am outside 5 years spare parts. Probably just a belt or something from overloading. Also looks like it would nearly be cheaper to buy a new machine.You must have checked your pump???? What a rip off