Question about Washing Machines
The dial on my washing machine is no longer in line to the settings shown around the dial, for example when i turn the dial to the setting where it says 'MINI 30' on the display where it shows how long the cycle should take (30 mins) it is showing 2hours 55. The dial isn't loose it just seems to be out of sync to the settings printed around the dial so when I am now wanting to put on a 40 degree wash i don't actually know what temp it is actually washing at. I hope this makes sense! PLease help me before I shrink all of my clothes by putting them on a 90 degree wash without my knowing!!!!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a Beko AA
Had the same problem this week. i bought the machine of a mate and was ready for kicking his head in, but thankfully before then i found that this method resets the washer, hope it works for you also
Turn power button off (not at wall)
Select 90 degree wash
Press Start / Cancel button down for 3 seconds and turn power button on whilst still holding buttons down - Start light will flash.
Leave power on.
Select any Spin position.
Press Start and Cancel button at same time again for 3 seconds - other buttons may start to flash - if they do, press Start /Cancel button again for 3 seconds.
Machine should be re-set ready for use
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
you put it on a 40 degree on the other side on the top left hand side i had the same problem for ages i couldnt help but laugh when i seen this
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
ive fixed lots off washers over the years[15,000 service calls] and was careful while taking parts off if i wasn't fulmilure with that model,but most timers and knobs have a key way so the knob can only go on one way.if thats not true for you, try this.turn the timer shaft till the washer is at the end of the wash cycle.[finished the load,it would be the final spin ,maybe five minutes long.when thats done the timer advances to off]now knowing that thats an off position set on your knob and then manuly turn it to the off position of the next cycle if it wont run you did it. if not you will have to go to the end of that cycle and remove knob and set to next notch in the knob,until you find the sweet spot.hope this helps God bless,tom
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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