Question about Miele Washing Machines
Obviously something electrical. Check for interlock switches - door closed, water overflow, etc. Check for power at the power supply "mains in" and output. Voltage regulator on PS board?
I'm told that these machines are worth repairing and can last 20 years or more with proper maintenance, so they're a good investment.
Sorry I can't be more specific, but I'm just sharing some possible things to search for.
Posted on Jan 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This sounds like a classic door lock problem. There was a design change in the lock assembly because of numerous problems.
You say you had the door replaced, did they replace the lock assy also?
The control puts power to the wax motor that operates the latch. As the door locks, the latch activates the lock switch that tells the control the door is locked.
What kind of reading are you getting on the lock switch?
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
If the drain lines were plugged, there may have been enough pressure on the pump to fault out. Make sure the sewer line is completely open, as well as the lines at the pump.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
It's possible that the current rating of the MCB is too low to run your washing machine PLUS all the devices plugged into the other sockets on the same circuit. If possible, try plugging in the washing machine on a circuit with fewer or no other appliances plugged in. MCB's are much faster tripping than circuit breakers and are rated to trip at the current rating on them. Circuit breakers, may carry a current slightly over the rated current which may be why it never happened before. The permanent solutions (if the overloaded circuit is the problem) would be to install a circuit solely for the washer and dryer or install a MCB with a higher current rating. The latter solution is not practical, however, since an overload on lower power devices may never reach the current rating of the MCB creating a hazardous shock potential.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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