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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, we had something similar happen just before christmas. Our machine seemed to finish a cycle and started making beeping noise with end light flashing. Then when I switched it back on to do another load it just started beeping with end light flashing no matter what cycle was selected. Engineer has been out and advised that it is a fault with the motherboard so has ordered another one. Hope this is of some help. Machine was tricity bendix aw1400w.
Posted on Jan 05, 2007
Your machine possibly has a defective water inlet valve which is preventing water from entering the dispenser channel to flush the fabric softner into the machine. The inlet valve in inside of your machine right where the washer hoses attach. the solenoid valves on the inlet will need to be checked with a multimeter to verify if they are working properly.
Posted on Mar 11, 2007
this could either b the motor brushes or the timer check the brushes first they r mounted on either side of the motor unplug the machine b4 u start good luck
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
HI THERE SKI IS THE GLASS DOOR PANEL THE INSIDE DOOR GLASS OR THE OUTER DOOR GLASS PANEL AND IS IT THE MAIN OR TOP OVEN.
THE GLASS PANELS INTERNALLY ARE HEAT BONDED IN THE FACTORY AND CANNOT BE REPAIRED YOU WILL NEED A NEW DOOR GLASS.
IF INTERNAL ONE COME AWAY THEN U WILL HAVE TO HAVE A COMPLETE INNER PANEL.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
We had a similar problem, where it washed okay but didn't spin and just 'beeped' with end light flashing. When the drum was empty it was not moving round very freely.
Try unplugging the machine from the electricity. Then take top off machine off so you can see the casing outside the drum. There's a small rubber tube on top. If you disconnect that you can look through into the drum. Try turning the drum round slowly while looking through the hole. We found a sock wedged in which we managed to pull out through the hole (not easy and don't expect the sock to come out in one piece).
It worked - and we've had to repeat the procedure a couple of times now. Think I must be putting too much in the machine in 1 go, although there's always space at the top.
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
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