Question about Washing Machines
Sounds like you may have dry joints on the circuit board, you will need to contact washing machine repairs, not something you can fix yourself
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: programme dial again
yes thats your problem,the reason it wont unscrew is because of things caught inside ie coins gunk you will have to take out machine turn on side,there are two sometime four screws at front of machine where black dail is remove these,when machine is on its side you can acess pump from underneath,there is a black rubber hose which goes from drum to pump which is held on with a circlip remove this at pump end you will need a vicegrip,remove all gunk coins ect, refit all back to machine ,,problem solved......the reason dail was turning was because it was looking for progam to release water which it couldnt because of blockage,after tou unblock you will find that black srew on cover on front can be removed(always better to check for blockages every few weeks hopes this helps
Posted on May 23, 2008
SOURCE: Hoover SE230 Programmer rotating
Hi there, my washing machine was doing the same as the one you have mentioned.
I bought a replacement timer from the website highlighted below. It has done the trick and every programme works properly now.
A competent DIY person can change one of these easily and will take about 30 minutes to do.
The new part looks slightly different but it carries the same part number.
The price £24.99 + £4.98 delivery.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Probably too late, but here it goes:
FH means some cicle is taking too long time.
Replace the inlet electrical valve. It probably wont open enough and the water flow is not enough to fill to level in time. This should cost you 10€ and is easily done by anyone.
Just remove the top of the machine (two bolts on the rear and slide to the back), disconnect the valve (electrical and water input and output), push the lockers and twist the valve free.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
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Turn the machine off.
Turn dial to finish.
Turn power back on.
Select drain and start.
When drained you can begin again.
Nov 17, 2012 | Miele W4840 Front Load Washer
Turn the dial to off.
Press and hold the start pause and nearest option button to it.
Whilst holding them, turn the dial one notch clockwise.
The machine will beep or flash, let go of the buttons.
Now turn the dial slowly through each position, stop and position 10 (9 clicks after letting go of the buttons) and note the error code displayed.
Continue turning the dial until you get to off.
Now turn to any programme, then, turn to off again.
Finally, turn to a programme and try the machine.
(It is very important that you turn to Off, a programme and then Off again).
Let me have the error code you retrieved if the appliance still doesn't work.
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