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Try cleaning out all parts of the machine,including any filters or possibly buy a new filter if needed-there may be some blockage inside your cleaner,which is not allowing the machine to heat up properly.
This can be fault on the memory of the program controller as none of the other programs are being executed. Please remove the panel and processor controller board. Check for moisture or connection issues. If not this can be confirmed only with a swap and a new one should not be bought unless this is confirmed.
hi i have a lavor 160 superwash all off the lances work except when i put the turbo lance on it gives high pressure and then goes to low pressure like starting then stopping can anyone help me or tell me what the problem may be
I do not have a solution but also have the same issue. That is when putting on a cotton programme, the superwash light comes on at the end of the programme and I am unable to open the door as it remains locked. I then have to put it to a rinse or spin cycle as it does not seem to have spun the clothes at all.
Most likely when the power came back on, there was a surge that damaged the power supply board in your TV. If your TV is completely dead with no blinking or standby lights, then the power supply is bad.
The power supply is the first board that the plug from the wall is going into.
You can check this by taking the back cover off and check for capicators that have gone bad. These will be capicators that look bubbly on the tops that are budging out. If you see any and know how to solder, replace these capicators with the correct voltage and Farad readings that are usually listed on the capicators themselves. Make sure to mark which side the white stripe on the side of the capacitor is as the orientation is very important.
Replacing the capicators is usually a cheap fix but if you do not want to or cannot solder the capicators or if you do not spot any bad capicators, just replace the whole power supply board. This can be done by just unscrewing it off the LCD panel, disconnecting the connections to and from the board, replacing the new board, reconnecting, and screwing back in the new board with the same screws.
If you see bad capicators, just replace the ones that appear to be bad. There are many different types of capicators on the power supply and there are different part number for each one. The good thing about capicators is they almost always list the ratings on the capacitor itself.
Check the Voltage rating (V) and the Farad ratings (F, usually μF), you can replace them with any one that has the same ratings. Make sure BOTH of them match the old ratings, you can purchase at just about any electronics store that carries electrical components such as RadioShack.