Question about Bosch WFMC 3200 Front Load Washer
3200 Bosch series washer
Possible that there is a fault in the controller unit that does not activate the door switch. It can be a fault in the circuit or it can be silly as a connection fault, loose joint, fault lock mechanism or a door switch fault.
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to the manual, you have to:
1. Turn program selector to "off"
2. Turn selector to Drain or Spin
3. Press the start / pause
Wait until program ends.
Press "start / pause" until the start / pause light flashes.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Bosch WFMC3200UC
I'm having a hard time understanding what is happening with my Bosch. Mine is filling and then immediately emptying out. Then the door unlocks but the timer indicates 45 minutes left (or so) and the door lock light is still on. Usually the only cycle that spins now is the spin cycle, but this doesn't help me get the soap out of the clothes still in the drum.
When the machine fills but doesn't rotate, the water level seems low as well. I had a repair man out who thought it might be the door latch sensor needing replacing (honestly, my toddler was pushing that button repeatedly), but I don't think that's it.
What does work: I unplug it for a while. Then if I'm lucky and the laundry Gods are shining down on me, I can wash normally (usually I'm luckier on Permanent Press but I always used to use the Cotton side). However, once I turn the machine "off," that's it all the problems persist so I have to wash it all, one load after another.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
during transport there are fittings installed to prevent damage to the machine. The shaft may have got bent but before panic sets in try to check 1. that there is a gap between the mahine and units
2. that the unit is leveled.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Hi, welcome to fixya. The emergency latch release is behind the small round panel below the main tub door. **Unplug the washer or turn off the breaker before attempting any suggestion given here please** To open the access door ( small round panel ) you'll require a small round needle shaped object or really narrow screwdriver. Put it in the small hole in the panel push in slightly and turn to about 6 o'clock...clockwise that is The small round cover should now come off and expose the pump with the string going through a hook on the pump housing. Be very careful as the edges are very sharp. A string will be threaded through the pump housing and you just need to pull it to open the main door. Let me know how you make out and also if you require further assistance with this problem. If you don't require further assistance and this indeed was helpful to you, please allow a moment to rate this solution I've given accordingly. Thank you for visiting "fixya" today and good luck. Macmarkus :)
Posted on May 22, 2010
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