My washer started to make a sqeelling noise. Then stopped. It would not drain or do any thing. I emptied it and checked the belt. When it would turn it on any cycle, the motor would turn on and the motor pulley would turn but the belt and the other two pulleys would not turn and a a couple of seconds later the motor would turn off. I believe the power to the machine is suffecient.
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Probably a blocked filter, outlet pipe or pump. Take the drain hose and lay it flat and lower then the level of the drum and this will drain the machine providing the blockage is not solid. When machine is empty check filter , pipes and pump and remove any blockage found. Replace drain hose and you should then be able to carry on with your wash or spin the clothes.
Hi - Does the drain pump make a humming noise as well? If so, you possibly have a restriction in the drain line or siphoning. Try setting the cycle to spin only and verify if what pump out. Supposing that it does not, I would suggest contacting a professional to diagnose either the pump or timer.
Hallo there So it will not do what it is told. This happened to my Candy machine the other day. It was finished and I opened the door, out came water and I got 5 towels on the floor to dry up the water. Closed the door again and put empty water on, it emptied the water, stopped the machine and put spin on and it made it. My experience ,learned the hard way, to wait long enough after the machine stops as well as between changing programs. I this will be of some use to you. Kolbrun
If the machine loads ups with water and does not stop then the water level sensor is fautly . But if the inlet valve stops on fill up but there is no spin of the motor or thereafter there is no spin/rinse or drain then the program controller / drain valve/pump must be checked.
my dishwasher starts off with good intentions then a couple of minutes later it starts beeping non stop.I open the door to find it has turned on to the rinse cycle and will not do its job.I continue to start it again and then it repeats the problem again.Can you help?
If it happens right away on the spin only setting, sounds to be something clogged in the pump....common things bra wires, hair pins, nails, screws..etc. Only way to access the pump is from the rear of the unit reaching through to te front....pain in the but to techs...I'd suggest if it makes the noise and drains slow to have a tech come out and fix your problem....but if you want an adventure unplug unit and empty the water, take the rear panel off and remove the hose from the tub(screw clamp) and reach inside with your fingures and see what you feel...may need to take hose completly off. reassemble and test with an empty load...fill with water and drain...be sure to check for leaks afterwards
The OB indicates and out of balance condition has been detected by the motor control. You say this happens when the washer is empty also. One thing about the OB error is that the lid must be opened to clear the error and allow the washer to advance to the next part of the cycle. If the lid is not opened to adjust the clothes then the OB error will happen again.
If the OB error was cleared and the OB occurs with an empty load then the motor control has failed.
The drain pump must work. The image below shows how to run a diagnostic test to check the drain pump. Follow the instructions in the image below and check the drain pump operation. If the pump runs and the water does not drain then the sump is clogged. If the pump hums but does not run then the pump needs to be replaced.
Check you drain line. It may be too low or the air gap is blocked at the drain pipe.
A test is remove the drain pipe from the wall drain. Hold it up high and turn the washer on to fill.
If it fills and stops, then starts agitation. Repair the drain hose.
check the drain pipe is not blocked, to empty the machine manualy get a bowl on the floor and lower the drain pipe into it and fill to stop water flow lift pipe up in air and lower to start draining again when empty if pipe not blocked i would suggest a new pump located under the drum and easy to fit