Hi My beko 1000 spin machine keeps filling with water and dosent stop till a lot of water has flooded out of machine, the motor is running and i have cleaned the pump it will empty, but when starting a program it fills up too much, is the programer faulty? hope you can help i dont know what to try next thanks. Regards Phil
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Re: Washer filling up with too much water
This is a fault with the water pressure sensor - it doesen't sense any.
8 times out of 10 the sensor is fine - but the pipe that connects it to an air chamber has a hole or is disconnected.
Turn it off (water and electric) and unplug. Remove the top, and check small hoses that go down the side of the machine. Replace any damaged hoses (take original to spares shop)
Replace and reconnect.
If you cannot see anything wrong - take the hose off anyway that connects to a sensor on the end of it. Take it off the lower end only- check it over fully, and blow down it. You should hear a click from the sensor. A test meter would help to see if it is functioning.
Replace sensor if faulty.
If it still produces the same fault - you may have a control board fault.
Please post back here if you cannot solve it for further test procedures.
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Jun 12, 2012 - Uploaded by ilona ilona
problem in washing cycle. fast spin for few seconds and cut off .... I have same machine, it starts up fills half way with water then stops :'.
Check your pump down at the bottom of the machine take the bottom plinth off the plastic that runs along the bottom of the machine once off on the right hand side you will see your pump you will need to undo the black screw and get your self a towel and a small and big bowl there will be a lot of water so when you have took the screw out start turning the pump cap very slowly and when you have filled the small bowl close it and keep repeating it till all water is gone then take it right out if its stuck then pull it clean it out and put back together don't for get to turn your machine off be for doing any thing ok hope i have helped if after you have done the pump and the machine still do the same thing then its programmer ok
I have a whirpool model:lsq9200lq3, and recently it has stopped working. when ever you turn it on, its fine and the water fills up normally and right before it gets to the spinning cycle the machine makes a grinding noise like if something is stopping the motor from spinning, and it dosent spin inside the washer. if anybody has any suggestion It would be great thank you.
I get this question a lot. Washer is flooding the house, water everywhere, won't stop. The first thing I say is unplug the washer. If the water is still coming in,(which it will on a stuck valve) shut off the water faucets. If that is not possible shut the water meter off. If you can stop the washer with the timer then I would say instead of a bad valve you have a plugged water level pressure hose. Look at this diagram:
As you can see the rubber tube from the bottom of the tub allows air pressure to push against the switch till it shuts down the valve and starts the wash cycle. Remedy this problem: Simply remove the tube from the switch and blow it out. Use them lungs!. Get that sand and trash out of the sump. Reconnect the hose tightly and pump out any standing water. Then restart the machine. If you have a good tight connection the machine should start working like normal. No parts needed! LOL!