Question about Washing Machines
Possible that there are errors on the memory that seems to make the cycle go out of turn. Switch off machine for sometime, press down all control buttons, when switching back press and hold start/stop button.
Also check the inlet and drain filters and valve, check door switch.
Posted on Jan 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its likely the diaphragm on the water valve is clogged with hard water deposits and is leaking.
You can try to fix it by running some CLR cleaner through the water hose with it disconnected from the tap. or just replace the water valve.
a symptom of this issue is that water is always filling the machine. and you have hard water.
you can get to the water valves and take them out and replace/clean them by removing the top cover (3screws in top rear)
unplug the AC cord.
follow the water hose from the tap the first dual block you see has 4 wires and the hoses plastic connected to it. easy to remove.
But if the machine is not leaking all the time and the machine just wildly decides to activate the relays for water ( you will hear the solenoids click for more water flow then the issue could be the computer control unit.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
E20 on your machine means some sort of Drain problem. If it actually goes through the Spin cycle o.k. then there is most likely some water still not drained out at the time of the tumble dry. Check the drain to make sure it isn't clogged. also the drain hose.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
Sorry I'm way late with this but I've only just noticed it. Unplug the machine from the mains! Remove the lid (with a torx screwdriver) and you'll notice a small circular device with 2 leads attached on the top of the machine, in the centre there's a small button, press it and it should click......you've fixed it This is a thermal cutout safety device designed to switch the drying heater off if it becomes too hot. The probable cause for this is that you've over filled the machine and the air didn't circulate freely. as a rule of thumb, dry 1/2 as many clothes as you wash.
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
I called Whirlpool on 08706008989. The machine can only dry half a load of washing at a time. At the end of the washing cycle, the Programme dial should be at either the sun or half sun symbol. Remove half the washing, set the drying time via the drying time dial and press the 1/2 Load Dryer button - Voila dry clothes!
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
The machine sounds faulty. You can bypass this by turning off the tap and respinning the clothes until the machine is fixed properly,
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for clarifying that it is a washing machine problem as opposed to a plumbing problem. "
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