Question about Hotpoint Aquarius WD640 Front Load Washer/Dryer
No voltage at heater element, cold water, and programmer dial sticking.not moving at start of wash and rinse cycles is it programmer or something else
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it possible isnt the heater elemant it will more then likely be your thermostats which are close to your heater element change both i always have so i dont need to go back to a customers house to change the other at a later date m8
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
YOU NEED TO ESTABLISH IF YOU ARE USING A HOT CYCLE IF THAT IS SO YOU MIGHT HAVE E PROBLEM WHERE THE ELEMENT IS NOT COMING ON THEREFORE THE THERMOSTAT WILL NOT FUNCTION RESULTING IN THE TIMER REMAINING STILL.YOU NEED TO CHECK THE ELEMENT IF THATS THE CASE.IF YOU ARE USING THE COLD CYCLE AND IT IS STUCK ON THE SAME POSITION FOR A LONG TIME YOU MIGHT HAVE A FAULTY TIMER BEST YOU HAVE IT REPLACED IF THAT IS THE CAUSE.LET ME NO IF YOU NEED ANY MORE ASSISTANCE.GOODLUCK.MOHAMED
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
We had this problem & called our repair man in. We had accidentally knocked the 'Variable Temperature' dial down too low. It should ALWAYS be set to max (95). The programmer will still sort out the correct temperatures for the different programmes, such as cold wash, but setting that to whatever temperature means that that is the max it will ever reach, Since then, we have not had that problem again.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Yes it is fixable. If the machine does not drain, then the cycle will not advance to spin.
The electronic control checks the input from pressure switch (which detects water level) before advancing to spin part of the cycle. If there is a drain problem, then the machine will not spin.
The first step will be accessing the drain filter. Access is located in front of the appliance, behind the trim at the base of the washer. You will find a cap that can be removed by rotating anticlockwise. Be ready to collect the water that will come from inside the tub.
Check also the drain hose at the back. Ensure that the height of the hose elbow is respecting the specifications indicated in manual. A wrongly placed hose will result in water going in the washer drain pump and tub, causing drain problems and no spin.
Below an article I wrote about the no spin problem. If the problem is coming with no drain, check drain filter, drain hose at the back. If they are OK, the pressure switch may need to be replaced or the pump may be defective.
Here the general troubleshooting for no spin: If you have no spin there may be different reasons behind the problem.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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