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Re: The wash liquid does not empty after the wash is...
Hi, it sound like your waste outletis obstructed or the pump is not working, to empty the machine pull the easte pipe out of the stand pipe ,get a bowl, keep the pipe above the level of the drum! slowly lower pipe into bowl the water should run from the machine to stop the flow lift the pipe above the drum level, continue until machine empty! if the MACHINE EMPTIES THIS WAY THERE WILL NOT BE A BLOCKAGE AND YOU SHOULD CHANGE THE PUMP, hope this helps you
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Not sure if this is going to relax you but our Beko is exactly the same.
It went through months of only getting to about 60, then solved itself.The ONLY time it does is when it is plumbed in from the hot AND cold feeds. You CAN feed the source from hot supply but it tends to be too hot!!! Things I have tried;
Bottle of washing machine degreaser run through a full cycle. Put in via the detergent drawers.
Last ditch attempt but VERY risky to clothes unless you follow advice... Cilit Bang! The strongest Cilit cleaner via detergent drawers AND some in the tub with a ball. Run this on the 60 cycle, then do a second cycle and a third. Then put it on 90 and run it empty couple of times. Obviously think about clothes in immediate future! Once cleaned through I ran an empty washer with normal detergent in AND fairy liquid. Gets very bubbly so onoly a tiny amount. You can also take the drawers out an look down the inside.... be full of mouldy powder/liquid. At very least it stops any smells from your washed clothes when they've been left in the drum after washing!
Other than that DO NOT spend on engineer to come out. Waste of time / money.
Check the drain pipe at the rear of the unit, sometimes the position allows the dirty water to re-enter the washing machine and sit there between cycles. Some units have a rigid plastic holder to ensure the pipe is curved at a specific height so the water empties using gravity as well as the pump. (Same process as syphoning liquid, once the liquid is flowing through the pipe, gravity continues to **** the liquid through) You may also need to check the pipework from which the detergent/softener enters the unit as these can sometimes go a little mouldy. Once you have looked at these two problems, run the machine empty on a high temperature cycle to clear away any disturbed grime.
Have you tried doing an empty 90 degree wash with white powder?
It does have to be white powder rather than colour powder or any kind of liquid, becauses only white powder has bleaching agents.
Add it helps if you leave the machine empty or clothes, towels etc.
Washing machine smells are usually caused by mildew, and a 90 degree wash with bleaching agents ought to help. If you do this about once a month it should keep the machine clear of mildew.
Cleaning is simple. Vacuum the rear vents to remove any dust that has built up.
For screen and the fascia, -
1. Unplug the monitor from the power supply. 2. Fill a bowl with warm water with some washing up liquid - just as you would to clean dirty dishes. Soak a soft clean cloth in the water (Kitchen cloth - NONE ABRASIVE!! and not a sponge!), and wring the cloth out so that it is damp (not wet!) and gently wash the screen. When finished use kitchen roll to dry off the monitor. 3. Stubborn marks on the LCD, using the same damp cloth, apply a spot of neat washing up liquid to the cloth. Clean as before - DO NOT PRESS on screen. When finished, use kitchen roll as before.
Could be too much washing powder, excess washing powder holds water in the clothes and makes the load too heavy to spin. Try washing a load with NO washing powder (if this is the case there will probably be enough residual powder to wash the clothes anyway). Follow the correct amount of powder/liquid, more is not better, just wears out your machine.
liquid detergent is a pain and not as good as powder. liquid detergent often makes machine smell as well
i doubt there is a fault with the machine. try putting on a boil wash with no clothes and this will clear out the slime left behind by the liquid detergent.
you didn't say what colour the stains are but iy grey or brown it could be from your water supply - a more common problem than you might think.
turn off water and remove the supply hose. there should be a gauze filter at one end and make sure not clogged with dirt. also look into the spigot of the vavle and see if any muck there.