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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello. I got error code C9 on a LAVAMAT 86800. It pumped in water, and it pumps out water. You can select pump in or out....But the motor dont turn. It will not sentrifuge. So I bought new carbon brush'es on the net. One of them were totally wore down. Now it works. They lasted for 10 years.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
error code ce is a faulty water distributor fault . you have to replace the top part of the soap dispensor compartment. sometimes you can hear a clicking noise when its trying to operate
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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c6 is indicating a fault in the water level sensing . either pressure switch defect. leaking pressure tubes or blockage in pressure chamber that the tubes connect to,
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
Error code E-20 means drain problem.
It means that the machine is not draining water correctly. Check the drain hose, to see if it is kinked or folded over. It could also be that the drain pump or drain hose are clogged. Drain the pump (check behind the little panel at the bottom right of the machine), first draining via the small emergency drain hose if you want to avoid a large puddle.
Also get the fluff filter removed and checked.If the filter is clogged then it will not let the water to get drained. The fluff filter is behind the little trapdoor below and to the right of the drum on the front of the machine. Open the door, unscrew the filter, and pull it out. It will be covered in smelly slimy multi-coloured fluff, which you need to remove. When you remove the filter, there is a good chance that a fair bit of water will come out at the same time, so, if you can place a very low bowl or similar below the filter before you unscrew it it will save you from having to mop the floor. You can get required parts from www.repairclinic.com
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Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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