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Dryers can base their drying time two different ways. If you are using the "dryness" settings, when you first start the cycle, the timer will show a specific time. If the contents dry fairly fast, the moisture sensors in the dryer will reduce the remaining drying time. This may be what is causing your changes. If you want a specific time on the dryer, or the dryness settings aren't getting the clothes as dry as you'd like, opt for a "timed" dryer setting, where you choose the drying time. This bypasses the sensors.
this is a reset ok 1 open the door 2 put the program on the off position 3 turn the machine on 4 if you have a start button press it and hold it in for 2 mins then let go ,,,if you don't have a start button just go to follow the rest 5 put the power button on 6 shut the door it should do nothing then open the door put on you spin then shut the door wait till it finish ok job done hope this helped
Hallo there So it will not do what it is told. This happened to my Candy machine the other day. It was finished and I opened the door, out came water and I got 5 towels on the floor to dry up the water. Closed the door again and put empty water on, it emptied the water, stopped the machine and put spin on and it made it. My experience ,learned the hard way, to wait long enough after the machine stops as well as between changing programs. I this will be of some use to you. Kolbrun
You can try to reset control board///unplug washer for one min/plug unit back in within 5 seconds open and close lid 5 times after you do that wait a min then unplug wait a min plug back in and lets hope she works..hope this helps good luck need more help contact me.. thanks for voting
check the drain filter is not blocked if it does not empty all the water it saves time on the next fill. also the spin will not happen if it has not emptied completley. a faulty pump would give the same effect.
This is a motor problem the end light flashing 5 times indicates error E50. The motor has either got wet or has just failed i would suggest trying to dry it 1st but i would suspect the motor has gone down to earth usually having to replace it. The part no. DST1246179079 Motor aprox £195 but shop around you may find it cheeper.