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Possible that the program timer is faulty as it fails to switch on the pump in the required sequence. You can clean the contacts, check the power to the pump, trace the pump power line to the timer which can confirm the case. In such cases the timer must be replaced.
if the washing machine does not drain, continues to fill or fill too slowly the issue could be the pressure switch. if you have a multimeter use it to find any electrical issues if there is no reading the pressure switch needs to be replaced
It is possible that the drain valve/pump is faulty if there is voltage on the valve/pump. If not the program controller board is faulty and must be checked. Check the drain hose and the connection to the outlet.
Make sure that the top of the waste water pipe is at the correct height for the machine, typically around 30-34 inches from the floor (see your installation instructions). If it is any lower then it will start a siphoning action as soon as the water reaches the same level in the machine and never actually fill up and hence the cycle will not start. If the machine detects that insufficient water has entered the machine within a given time, typically 8 minutes, then if flags an error to the on board controller. If the error persists after the waste pipe height is corrected then check out the pressure switch for correct operation as if this is not triggered then the cycle will also not start or will halt almost immediately.
Dont think its pressure switch.if sticks one way machine overfills the other brings on heater with empty drum..Could be fauly rinse solonoid valve...Check with multimeter coil should read around3k ohms..good luck
to reset the dial, switch the power off, then turn the dial to a dot on the selection then switch the power on, the light should flash about 3-4 times this should be it reset.
for the machine to start doing this mid cyle though usually indicates something is wrong, i would hazard a guess at the pump filter is blocked and the mahine was trying to drain at the time it started clicking.
the best thing to do is empty the machine manually by placing the outlet hose into a bucket or large dish, once empty remove the plastic kick plate on the bottom of the machine and behind this you will find the filter.
before you unscrew the filter you will need to place some towels or old cloths on the floor as there will still be water left in the pipes, remove filter and any foreign objects (possibly coins, hair clips etc) and then screw back in. job done.
hope this helps
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Washing machine stops at the spin cycle - light flashes. Have to drain water out manually. Happened last week and was then able to run an empty rinse cycle. Machine worked normally for another week. Same problem today but have had to drain water manually from the drum after trying an empty 90 wash and rinse cycle (both stopped on the Spin and flashed). Any ideas? Thanks. x