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Re: Bosch Classixx WVF2402GB motor will not run
Remove the front lower panel, screws underneath.Be prepared for water, drain out from drain hose.Check filter for clogging, clean out.Sometimes when the load is unbalanced & the machine cannot adjust the load it stops.To avoid this make sure your wash is mixed with big and small clothes. If this does not work remove the rear panel & check belt, should have half inch ‘give’.Still not good, remove belt, unscrew 2 bolts that hold the motor, unplug the motor connector, lever the motor back with a screwdriver.Check the motor brushes, if they are any shorter than 1 cm replace brushes.
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F21 normally indicates a fault with the motor or the main control board. It could be the motor brushes need changing.
If you've changed the brushes you now need to erase the stored errors and try the machine again.
Turn the knob to off.
Close the door.
Turn the knob to 6 o'clock position.
Wait 2 seconds.
The start/pause should begin flashing.
Press and hold the spin button. (the spin button is the one that changes the spin speed, it may be marked "RPM")
Turn the knob to 7 o'clock position.
Wait 2 seconds.
Release the button.
Turn the knob to off.
This should erase the error code and get you running again.
If the error code returns, you have a problem with the motor, wiring or main control.
If the machine won't go into diagnostics to erase the error code, it would suggest a faulty control board.
Try it several times to see if you get it reset.
Note, If the start button doesn't flash, just carry on trying to erase the codes.
Remove belt, unscrew 2 bolts that hold the motor, unplug the
motor connector, lever the motor back with a screwdriver.Check
the motor brushes, if they are any shorter than 1 cm replace brushes.
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It could be the motor itself (is there any overheating smell from the motor) or it could be the capacitor which controls the motor. I had a similar problem and it turned out to be the motor brushes. I replaced the brushes and all was OK.
The only other thing that could be wrong especially if it overfills with water is the water level switch (this is a pressure switch on the side of the washer) You can easily check this by removing the hosepipe to the switch and blow gently into it, you should hear a clicking sound) This might be the clicking that you heard so it is probably Ok.
IF APPLIANCE IS RUNNING OK I WOULDNT WORRY TOO MUCH THE CLICKING YOURE HEARING IS PROBABLY THE HEATER RELAYS SWITCHING ON AND OFF AND THE MOTOR REVERSING RELAY ALSO NORMALLY THEY WOULD NOT BE HEARD OVER NORMAL RUNNING NOISES OF MACHINE.