Question about CDA CI592 Front Load All-in-One Washer / Dryer
I've just used my washing machine, however, half way through the cycle I heard a bit of a noise coming from it so I went to check and it had finished. There was lots of water left so the cycle clearly hadnt finished. I've tried repeatedly to restart the machine but the red light doesn't even come on to show that the machine is active. I could smell something as if the electrics had been overworked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
common problem with that style machine. Try running a cup of vinegar thru te wash cycle. The acid from the vinegar will break it down. It may take more than one cycle if its really bad. Once the smell is gone leave the door slightly ajar to prevent it from happenig again.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Some dbris is in the punp which will hinder the pump out. Clean out the pump and you will be fine. Good luck and this is not a hard job at all to do.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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1 of 2 things could be the trouble.
Does the washer drain properly if you manually turn the control knob? If not then this sounds like your pump is either plugged with possible lint and can't move or has died completely. 99% chance pump is the problem and 99% chance it can be an easy fix by cleaning the pump where the Drain Line is attached, worst case scenario pump is to be replaced, but not a overall expensive fix and most can do it without a technician.
Second problem is possibly the time itself, but if the washer is going through all cycles except spin then pump is likely the culprit, cause in spin cycle the machine has to drain the water from the unit as it spins, if it cannot the washing machine basically stops and cannot complete the cycle.
One way to tell for sure if the pump is the problem. When the machine enters the spin cycle and starts making that noise. Manually turn the dial a little bit till it passes the spin cycle, if it continues to wash till it hits the final spin/drain cycle then stops again...your pump is in need of help.
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