Question about Fisher and Paykel Washing Machines
It HAD power than i took the drum out to look for blockages because it was making a whirring sound and not starting. I took the console off and while i was gone my partner (not mr fix it) tilted the machine to have a look underneath and the panel fell off...but the wires stayed connected. I put it back together and now i have no power at all! HELP ME PLEEEASE! 5 kids and a broken washing machine makes for a worried mummy :)
The wires have stretched some wires have broken.
Those wires can be put back in the plug,
Get a paper clip and push the pin out from the back of the plug
remove broken insulation left in the plug cut wire clean insert into plug and tap the pin down with small flat blade screwdriver.
Posted on Dec 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Turn machine OFF on the front panel. Hold down the Water Temp Down button and press the POWER button. Release buttons. You are in Diagnostic mode.With your service sheet ,Diagnostic chart will explain where the error lights pattern and the path to your solution are.My advice is this....there is a known problem with the wire harness connectors,and the contact that is made at the point of connection.One at a time remove each connector starting at your main control board ,some where there is a loose connection.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
Unplug the machine have someone tilt the machine back and look under the machine for a little fan on a motor give it a turn to see if it spins it might just be sticky or it may need replacing.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
It does not seem like a problem of the unit. It might be a loose connection of supply code. Keep the supply code pressed to the unit in different directions and see if the unit takes power. If so, replace the supply code. It's not that expensive.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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