Recently our 2year old Zabussie condensor TCE7127W has started to stop the programme that is selected through a failure to start turning the drum. We can get it to work once me remove some "threshold" portion of the load. It should run with 6kg's of clothes and has never had a problem with large loads before.
Is it a motor problem?
Is it something else?
Can I DIY fix it/investigate it as it is out of warranty?
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Re: Zannusi TCE7127W Not turning if load too heavy
It is very likely to be the condensur,or it is called a capacitor ,device for storing electric charge to boost the starting of the motor under load.in other words change it.UF will be wrote on it maybe 10 uf .I feel wasted on this site its so easy .
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The LEDs begin to flash if one of the following malfunctions occurs:
NTC open (the LEDs flash in sequence from right to left)
NTC short-circuited (the LEDs flash in sequence from right to left)
If the START button is pressed for more than 20 seconds while a cycle is in operation all the LEDs flash.
If the microprocessor identifies one of the conditions listed above, operation of the dryer is interrupted; the LEDs continue to flash in order to warn the user of the malfunction.
If the error is eliminated, the dryer returns to normal operation when the programme selector knob is turned to RESET and the drying cycle is re-selected.