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how old is the machine? all buttons are rated for a certain number of presses. they can be removed with a soldering iron and replaced with similar buttons if you are so inclined. or a new board can be purchased from F+P.
TJIS DUE TO YOUR NEW WASHER SPINS AT AF FASTER RATE THAN OLD WASHER AND NFLUFF IS BEING EXTRACTED OUT OF CLOTHING IT WILL EVENTUALLY STOP AFTER A COUPLE OF WASHINGS OF EACH ARTICLE OF CLOTHING THIS IS NORMALL
Somewhat inherent in this design. You can try to carefully unwrap the clothes by gently rocking them back and forth to see if you can release them, or gently spin the drum while you tug (not too hard!) on the stuck clothes.
The wash plate seal might be compromised, but if you start taking the inner workings apart you have to replace the gasket set.
I have not tackled this on my unit yet though I have replaced the old pump motor with the improved one (single piece instead of 2 pieces), and I have gotten adept at taking the unit apart from the bottom to remove draw strings which get sucked into the pump impeller, jamming or clogging it.
The wash plate seal might be getting old - I think mine probably needs to be replaced but doing that will require more extensive repairs than just putting in a new seal. The service manual warns several times about replacing the proper seals, gaskets o-rings and/or grommets if you remove the outer or inner wash plates, to avoid compromising the water tight seals and causing damage to the U-joint assembly that gives the washer its characteristic wash motion.
hi thanks for the question pull the washer away from the wall you will see a small plate at the back remove this plate pump is there in corner held in there with 3 3/8 bolts remove hoses and remove pump you will get some water drain washer first by gravity please accept and positive feed back is nice thanks the appliance doc