Question about Fisher and Paykel Washing Machines
Take tub out or from the bottom of machine?
Tilt your machine back on a 45deg, look up under machine to find pump
pull back on the white lever & turn pump anti clockwise to remove.
Posted on Feb 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fisher & Paykel "clog Problem"
the water comes through 2 vavle 1 for washing and the other for rinsing more than likely that the rinse valve is down it will need replacing thats the more common fault for washers not rinsing
Posted on Aug 12, 2007
SOURCE: RE: won't drain
I had the same symptoms (washes normally, but won't drain/spin) It would only make a faint hum. I found it fairly easy to lift and tilt back the upper section id by removing the front two screws under the lid. The aggitator came out easily by removing the softener cup and unscrewing the large plastic wingnut inside. The upper plastic shroud came off by carefully removing the eight or so plastic tabs. Once the shroud was off, I could lift out the main wash tub. With the wash tub out, I was able to remove all remaining water from the holding tub with a cup and sponge out all water down into the depression where the pump assembly is located. One screw removed the cover to the pump assembly. Once apart, I found a thin piece of plastic was jamming the pump impeller from spinning. I blew through the drain hose from the back to ensure the drain system was clean. Reassembled in reverse in less than 10 minutes. It worked. Thanks Fixya!!!
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
SOURCE: Fisher and Paykel GWL11 Question
no belts ..direct drive ..lean washer back pump is a twist lock no tools needed hose clamp can be removed with fingersremove pump and ck for lock impeller also ck the diverter valve just behind pump
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
I've had my washer for about 8 years. I experienced the same problem - pump stopped draining the machine. I called F&P and "Patrick" told me that I need to 1) unplug the machine, 2) tilt up the front of the machine, 3) spin the pump (plastic blades) until they turn freely (usually counter clockwise) but I turn it both ways till it turns freely, 4) plug the machine back in and press the buttons to get it back where it was - this has worked every time to get the machine going again. I do a lot of "dog laundry" and I'm sure the rugs/dog hair cause the problem. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
SOURCE: leaking from pump
You need to replace that water pump and do it SOON. If you let this go, it is going to eventually short out that pump motor and take the expensive machine control along with it. The part you need is a 420325P and you can get one from Fisher Paykel Parts:
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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