Question about Washing Machines
(00011001) Phase 5 IW - LCD Initialisation Error
The Intuitive Display has detected a problem with the LCD. Liquid Crystal Display
Primary Source: IW Display Module
Action: Replace IW Display Module
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds like you could need a new out of balance switch or bracket, also try to make the clothes evenly spread in washing machine on rinse if they clump up on one side of the bowl they will cause out of balance :)
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
There is an issue with your drainage area. Best to remove the pump and check for the obstruction in the line or at the impellar.(If the water is not completely drained, the pressure switch wont send a low level to the timer to allow a spin).
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
37 is drain error..There could be electronic reasons, but the most common problem is that there is a clogged pump or something is jammed in the pump impeller... Empty the machine of water and lean back against the wall so you can get access to pump, which is clipped to the bottom of the drum..Try turning the fan and see if the pump is blocked'/jammed.....Disconnect the wires and rotate the pump motor anticlockwise...It will be prevented from turning by a small plastic latch. Unlatch and remove pump motor...Remove any detritus and refit pump motor....If the motor resistance is less than 33 ohms (230volt) or 7ohms (110volt)..the pump motor itself might be the cause of the fault code, and should be replaced......This is a very simple job for a tech...Good luck....Nomess
Posted on May 24, 2010
fault code 136 is a hard one possible causes are faulty rotor speed sensor on motor,siezed bearings or rotor,motor windings ,or motor control module, would suggest you get a tech for this one to diagonse correctty ,without proper tools to test eg: rss tester you could cot yourself more money... hope this was some help....:)
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
Had the same problem cleaned the terminals worked for a bit and came back. The problem is that the little circit board that the plug goes onto that sits between the winding of the motor the copper tracks are so small and they corrode. If you are handly with a solding iron you can replace the tracks with small wire, its mainly on one leg of each of the transistors that are all parrelled up. You can tell because it goes black. Or the easy way just take off the motor unpluging the sense plug then the three main power connectors Yellow, blue and red making sure you mark the correct order to put them back on. The sensor board just pulls out of the windings with a little arrow to but it back in the right place and buy the small board it has the part number on it to find it on the web. I only has three bits on it can't be expensive. Soldered mine up works a treat make sur you clean up the plug aswell, it mainly played up in humid weather.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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