Question about Washing Machines
Hi,I have a problem with our pinsetter 82-70 and I really need help to fix it. In its normal operation when the pinsetter turns on, press the cycle switch then the operations should start with 1st cycle, instead of this the pinsetter keeps cycling as a 2nd cycle with the table only work to put down new set of pins without the sweep. I tried to disconnect all mechanical parts that link to the table but it keep going. During this operation when I open the SW3 cam switch the operation stops but it carries on when releasing it. I have no further idea.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the water is not getting hot, this will probably stop the programme advancing .Check heater.
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Posted on Dec 11, 2008
I hope the below could be helpful, if so you must rate me nice. The filter is located behind the silver plate at the back of the machine at the bottom. Four screws hold it on. The filter is inside the big black rubber hose attached between the pump and the main drum. Remove the plastic clip holding it to the pump unit and then the metal cir clip holding it to the main drum. In side is a white molded cone and a big white ball which floats in side. You will find a lot of junk here, clean out. To refit put white cone back inside just as you found it, at the bottom, fit ball back into the cone. Attach to the bottom to the drum and re-fasten the cir clip. Finally reconnect the gator to the pump unit and tighten the plastic clip. Would be good to check out the pump too.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Hi. this is a failed timer device. simply replacing the timer control module will eliminate these issues you are having.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
If the timer and lid switches are funtional and the machine is filling and shutting off correctly that only leaves the motor. Have the motor tested or replace it. Even though the timer is running it is possible that it is still at fault. If you have access to another timer try switching them to make sure it isn't the timer. This does sound like a faulty motor and I would start with that assumption.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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