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We washed some throws which caused a lot of fluffy particles to block filter i cleaned out filter from behind little door at bottom of machine but still dosnt pump out water

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The pump motor impeller probably has been blocked by the fluffy stuff.
Remove the pump motor and check it.

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My machine does part cycle than all lights flash than when restart it will start washing but want go throw the cycles ie rinse spin drain


Teh make and model of the machine is important here, because WHICH lights flash and the number of times they flash is an error code taht we can look up if you tell us the make and model. However, from what you have said so far, this likely to be a problem with your empty pump filter being clogged. The empty cycle is timed and if it can't get all the water out in time because the filter is blocked and slowing the empty down, then it will fail safe and won't step on to the final spin cycle with excess water in the drum. You need to locate and clean the filter. Depending on the model (not familiar which with the model you mention) there is probably a round filter cap on the front of the machine at the bottom (It may be behind a small door or hidden behind a clip on panel on the bottom)

Jul 06, 2011 | Washing Machines

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How to maintain your Front loader washing machine.


To maintain your front loader washing machine in good working order and to avoid having a service call there are a few simple maintenance tasks to carry out.

1. Every time you carry out a wash before you switch on the unit you should check the door seal for any foreign particles like coins or hair clips and remove them. If they stay there they can then get past the seal and clog up the fluff filter and drain pump which stops the unit from draining.

2. It is also a good idea to wipe the door seal occasionally

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3. There is a fluff filter on the front of the unit in the bottom left or right hand corner behind the service flap. Have a small tray, like a baking tray underneath it and open the flap with some sort of flat lever,coin or screw driver. Turn the tap about 1/4 of a turn and collect about a litre of water from the unit. When it has stopped draining unscrew the tap all the way out and clean the fluff filter which is the tap in your hand.

Also have a look in the hole and you will see the drain pump at the back. Make sure this is free of any foreign particles and can turn. Then re-screw the tap back making sure it is tight.

This should be done regularly every 2-3 months to avoid the unit from not draining.

4. Running a cottons 95c wash every 2-3 months kills off any bacteria build up, and cleans out any excess detergent build up. It also stops the unit from smelling.
You can also use a special washing machine cleaner or just white vinegar as a cleaning agent in the detergent tray to help.

5. After every wash keep the door open for about 30 mins to let it dry out as shutting the door is then a perfect environment for bacteria to develop and the door seal to go mouldy and also causing the unit to smell.

6. Lastly take care when removing clothes as zips can catch on the rubber door seal and tear it. This will then leak water at the bottom of the door.

Hope this helps.

on Mar 21, 2010 | Washing Machines

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What is error code F2 on my AEG washing machine


I believe that this is a "Pump Blockage" error. You need to locate and clean out your empty pump filter (Probably behind a little door on the bottom of the machine. You may also need to check the empty pipe and the drain it goes into are also clear. 99% probability of a blocked filter

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I need to the know what is the problem when F02 shows up on the whirlpool front loader washer model wfw92005qoo, this code is not on the chart sheet


F02 is "Long Drain".

Essentially this means that the water is taking too long to empty. Almost certainly a blocked empty pump filter (I think the filter is behind a little door on the bottom right on this machine).

Locate the filter, clean and replace. All will be well

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When turn to spind ry it just dont do the work


Your empty pump filter is probably blocked. Not enough water getting evacuated when it empties so the spin cycle wont run. The filter is probably on the front of the machine at the bottom (probably behind a little door).

Locate, clean, reassemble, job probably done

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My miele novotronic W 1918 has a bad smell. Is there a filter that i should clean? Can't find it.


There is a fluff filter in the bottom left hand corner behind the flap. have a small tray, like a baking tray underneath it and open the flap with a flat lever or the miele yellow key. Turn the tap about 1/4 of a turn and collect about a litre of water from the unit. when it has stopped draining unscrew the tap all the way out and clean the fluff filter which is the tap in your hand. also have a look in the hole and you will see the drain pump. make sure this is free of any foreign particles and then re-screw the tap back making sure it is tight.
To avoid the smell in the unit run the machine on a few 95c washes. you can use a cleaner or just white vinegar as a cleaning agent. after every wash keep the door open for about 30 mins to let it dry out as shutting the door is then a perfect enviroment for bacteria to develop and the smell.

Also check the door seal for any foreign particles every wash.

Hope this helps.

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If the water isn't draining, you probably have a filter on the drain pump somewhere (Either behind a small door on the front of the machine at the bottom, or under the machine, built into a bulge in a rubber hose near the empty pump). If there is a blockage here, or less likely, but still possible, if the empty pipe is blocked or obstructed, what you are describing is very likely. If it is the filter and you find it and clean it, you need to remember that these filters should be checked every month or so and cleaned.

Extend or reduce the checking periods depending on the debris you find in the filter and how much washing you do.

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Problems after getting fluff in machine


Behind the little door is the filter which will be full of this stuff.
Just unscrew and take it out to clean.
Thankyou for using Fixya.

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Oe comes up on the display


The drain filter is located on the bottom left corner behind the little door.  Remove the door and the filter is located there.

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Power off the wall. Get user's manual, look for blocked filter. Open up the filter, usually front bottom right side, clean, refit. Be prepared for much water to come out. The filter requires periodic cleaning according to usage.

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