Question about Candy CN146 Front Load Washer
My Candy CN146 T-80 plug melted! I have fitted and new plug and fuse but no power to the machine. I want to check the internal fuse but not sure where this is sited...would it be behind the on/off switch and if it still doesn't work when I replace this..any other ideas please?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CANDY AQUAVIVA WASHER/DRYER
its either the motor or element gone, remove the back of the machine and remove the wires from each component mentioned. try the element first , MAKE SURE U TAPE UP THE REMOVED WIRES BEFORE TURNING THE MACHINE BACK ON , U WILL GET A SHOCK IF U DONT!!!. if it does not trip , then the element is gone. like wise do the same to the motor. just one more item to check is where the mains cable enters the inside of the machine. good luck
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
JUST THE SEAL IS ALL THAT IS REQUIRED AND A GOOD SET OF TOOLS AND MECHANICAL SKILLS, i AM IN THE USA SO CAN'T RECOMMEND ANY PLACE TO BUY IN UK
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
The manufacturer, "Candy Products" http://www.candy-domestic.co.uk/about_us/Default.aspx is more likely to provide an authoritative answer than anyone else. They seem to manufacture their own machines, answers based on experience with other makes and models are of no value to you in regard to this question.
the foregoing aside, what one man has made, another man can also make, or repair. It is extremely unlikely that Candy paid to have an exotic one of a kind bearing made for this washer. However, even if the bearings are a common industrial part, that doesn't mean that removing and replacing them is easy or cost efective, or even the cause of the noise.
Unless you have more expertise than your question implies, perhaps you should ask to have a Candy repairman diagnose the noise and if your diagnosis is confirmed give you seperate prices for the bearings and the installation of same. From that you can discern how long the professional repairman familar with the machine would require to do the work, and you should double or triple it to estimate how long it will take someone unfaniliar with the machine to do it
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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