I went to put on a load of clothes and the front panel will not do anything. I checked the power supply - plugged something else in to the plug and it works. The power will not come on to the washer. My dryer (matching) is also having problems. Tumbles, but no heat. I thought this was going to be a great washer and dryer....any ideas?
Hi: Please check the membrane "HOME" button. If you do not feel the click like the other buttons the membrane posibly is bad. If this is the case you can remove the top rear metal cover,access the ribbon (transparent)connector from the display board and carefully disconnect it, now plug the washer to the power and check if goes on, if not plug back the ribbon to the board (with the machine connected to outlet) and it will turn on. Let me know.
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It could still be a plug or wire problem but if not a power problem inside the machine or a printed circuit board or other internal failure. It will not be possible to diagnose the problem without a lot more inforamtion.
is this a stackable washer? my guess is that the main seal on the machine went bad.if its no longer powering up,i'm almost positive something has shorted out.you may have to replace the control board,and the seal at this point.in my experience,unless you can get a good deal with a certified repair man,buying a new machine would probably save you a bit of money in this case.it's hard to say exactly what the problem is.the water could have shorted out the brain"control module" or could have leaked to a point to where it could have fried the pigtail(power plug).but from the sound,i'm gonna have to say that machine is dead.no offense or anything.
Possible that the main power has failed , the power supply of the unit had packed up or there is a serious fault in the controller unit. You need to open the control panel unit to trace this case specially using a multimeter, check for the AC power to the unit and check for the DC to the circuit. If not the panel is a suspect.
hello, if it's total dead then it could have blown the fuse. it will be a glass type in the washers power supply. that smell could be the motor burnt out. which can cause a short to ground cause the fuse to blow check the belt at the back might have come off or snaped hope it helps
Check the inside of the drum when the machine is empty by feeling the entire surface with your hand. Take care as you are looking for something that's got stuck in one of the holes in the drum and is protruding into the drum, and this can often be a wire from an underwired bra!
If you find anything it should be removed by pulling it out carefull with a pair of pliers.
Would plug something else into outlet to make sure your power supply is ok. If you remove bottom panel in front(three screws) or top panel(three screws in back and slide panel back slightly to raise off) there should be a tech sheet with some suggestions. If it is less than a year old call for warranty service. Keep kids away with panels off. If unit is completely dead a guess would be main control board on top, but that is just a guess.......
the door can be manually unlocked by removing the bottom front panel, reach up and there is a pull tab on the lock mechanism. it is a crime that they do not post this online or in the manual, and let folks ruin their clothes.
power problem was a part called the "FILTER" it is where there power cord plugs into, something along the lines of part number 201. cost is $85 plus tax. service man has not seen one of these ever go before.
Door not shut Check that the door is properly shut.Faulty interlock A faulty interlock might not allow the door to shut properly. Find your door interlock here and replace, or contact a qualified repairer. No power Check the flex, plug wiring, fuse and mains supply for faults. Faulty on/off switch Check the power light if fitted. Replace your on/off switch. Water supply disconnected or off If a washer dryer cannot load water it cannot start a wash cycle. Check water supply.